Format: Softcover, 40 pages
Publisher: Seele Brennt Publications, November 2004
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A Scholarly Journal for the Study of the Fantasy Genre.
Contents of Issue no. 2:
The Double Nemesis of The Cats of Ulthar by Massimo Berruti. An in-depth examination of H.P. Lovecraft's usage of felines in his famed short tale. Published to coincide with this essay's release in Italian.
Deeper into the Nightmare of Power: Steven Erikson's Malazan Book of the Fallen by Steve Tompkins. The under-rated series of books by Steven Erikson (pseudonym of the Canadian archaeologist and anthropologist Steven Lundin) is probed and dissected to uncover the roots of what makes this memorable journey worthy of being one of the best fantasy tales ever woven.
A Work of Love and a Lasting Creation: an Estimation of Harry Otto Fischer by John Howard. A biographical survey of Fritz Leiber's contemporary and friend, with a strong emphasis on the influence the two authors had on one another.