When you think of Japanese pop culture, what’s the first dragon that comes to mind? If you answered Godzilla, you’re in for a heated debate. Although I would consider Godzilla…
This week, Jaz introduces you to Gamba from Caitlin Crowley’s Outcasts of the Fair Forest available in New Myths.
Join Jaz on her final exploration of the Jabberwock in video games.
The other day, I stumbled along a book called Dragon Planet by Dan Wells. It is narrated primarily by Emily Woo Zeller, supported by a full cast. Of course I had to check it out, since it had “dragon” in its title.
Join Jaz as she explores the Jabberwock in literature, including its many appearances in comic books.
These week, Anike will take you through 21st Century Dragonslayer’s Lament, by Susan E. Connolly, which you can find here.
Beware the Jabberwock: Part 2 It’s been 148 years since Carroll penned down Jabberwocky, and we can’t seem to get enough of his unique characters. Many of them have embedded…
This week Jaz gushes over the Sarah Prineas story, The Illuminated Dragon. The story appeared in Strange Horizons on June 3rd, 2002.
By 1902, the Lewis Carroll nonsense poem’s title had found its way into the English language. Part one of three.
Join Koji as she explores Dragon Girl by Cat Sparks.