Revenger's setting is both intriguing and highly confused.
Arbitrary magic systems can work, but they have some liabilities.
Confusing new terms can make readers feel jarred and overwhelmed.
Werewolves with smartphones, vampires on motorcycles, mages at school, and so many nightclubs!
Are you making a bold and progressive statement or simply reinforcing harmful norms?
Worldbuilding is complicated, but a few universal principles can provide guidance.
Things are heating up this week, because we're talking about dragons, salamanders, and more!
Is lost knowledge always found in the last place you look?
Monsters often reflect society's fears of disability.
Before your hero can clock in for a space 9 to 5, they first have to commute to work.
Pew pew, laser beams!
Hey there, friend, do you feel like joining some vampires for a night out on the town?
Water, earth, fire, Amelia Earhart.
Shhhh, don’t tell anyone we’re recording a podcast about magic that no one knows about.
Misogyny, toxic masculinity, and confusion over class struggle make this book an insulting letdown.