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Best of 2018

We’ve had a great year at Mythcreants. We celebrated our fifth year online, started posting Q&As on the site, passed our 200th episode of the podcast, and released a new game! It can be hard to keep up with all the content we produce in … read more »

Lessons From the Terrible Writing of This Post

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Mythcreants has numerous posts examining the terrible, awful, vivid, and even fantastic writing of various books and short stories. However, we’ve never analyzed this particular post, Lessons From the Terrible Writing of This Post. That is unfortunate, because this post contains enough terrible writing to … read more »

Top Ten Posts of 2017

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Congratulations! You survived 2017. To serve your holiday time-wasting needs, here’s our most popular posts of the year. Like last year, the three winners were all on the topic of social justice. In these posts, we encourage authors to envision the world they want to … read more »

Top Ten Posts of 2016

We’re finally at a welcome end to 2016. While this year was full of discouraging news on the social justice front, our social justice posts were incredibly popular. Here’s the cream of the crop for you to enjoy. Read more »

Top Posts of 2015

Another year has passed! In 2015 Mythcreants partnered with Patreon, held a panel at GeekGirlCon, and of course, wrote lots of juicy articles. For your year-end pleasure, here’s the highlights. Read more »

We’ll Be at GeekGirlCon 2015

Mythcreants has a panel at Seattle’s GeekGirlCon this year. The panel is titled Matriarchies, Patriarchies, and Beyond: Depicting Gender in Your Fictional World. We’re scheduled for Saturday, October 10th, at 11:30 am. Read more »

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Two years ago today, Mythcreants launched into cyberspace. When an unknown group first launches a website, the internet is more like an echo chamber than a crowded party. It’s awkward and discouraging to speak to an empty room. But if you don’t, no one has … read more »