Fantasy

20 Years of Science Fiction and Fantasy: The Many Faces of Xenite.Org

On March 14, 1997 I officially launched Xenite.Org as a new collective home for four Websites I had established in various places. I built my first Website (“The Worlds of Michael Martinez”) on CompuServe in a special users’ section I… Read more → The post 20 Years of Science Fiction and Fantasy: The Many Faces(…)

History for Fantasy Writers: On Tree-Wrights and Others

Carpentry probably doesn’t sound like a subject with much potential for writing fantasy, and I’ll admit the scope is restricted. But sometimes authors want a modest touch for effect, to add depth to the great epic they’ve undertaken. Five types of woodworking industries can be named, from the late Middle Ages: sawyers, carvers, turners, carpenters,(…)

20 Years of Science Fiction and Fantasy: The Many Faces of Xenite.Org

On March 14, 1997 I officially launched Xenite.Org as a new collective home for four Websites I had established in various places. I built my first Website (“The Worlds of Michael Martinez”) on CompuServe in a special users’ section I think they called Compuserve Places (or maybe that was Compuserve Personal Pages), where we each(…)

Woman Jailed For Posting ‘Rape Fantasy’ Craigslist Ads Aimed At Ex’s Wife Cleared Of All Charges — Because The ‘Pregnant’ Wife Was BEHIND THE WHOLE THING!

This convoluted story has so many twists and turns, it seems like something straight out of a Lifetime movie. Last July, we reported that a California woman was arrested and charged with posting “rape fantasy” ads on Craigslist that invited men to violate her ex-boyfriend’s new wife. But like something out of a crime novel,(…)

Triathlon: Register Now for 2016 TRIFECTA Online Fantasy Triathlon Game

Launched in 2014 by USA Triathlon in conjunction with ITU, TRIFECTA is an opportunity for triathletes, fans and multisport enthusiasts worldwide to feel connected to the nine-race ITU World Triathlon Series. More than 2,700 players from 85 countries participated over the past two seasons RunnersWeb.com Syndicated News and Features