Tuesday, May 22, 2007

CSFF: TheSwordReview.com

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The Sword Review

The Sword Review is both a website featuring the best in Speculative fiction and poetry and a magazine. The content is wide ranging. One of my favorite stories on the site is Polar Daughter by Sharon Irwin, a Fantasy piece about a little Inuit girl with a special gift and the polar bear that saves her. The underlying spiritual themes are potent, but not overpowering. Just enough to make you think without losing the mystical 'otherworld' feel that should be prevalent in a fantasy story.

In addition to a large selection of poetry and short stories in the Science Fiction and Fantasy realm, they also host a community discussion board, multiple blogs and regular columns. You can also purchase Sword Review merchandise in their store. If you enjoy SciFi and Fantasy, it's a great place to stop and get your fix.

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Be sure to visit the other members on the tour by stopping by their blogs.


Jim Black
Amy Browning
Jackie Castle
Valerie Comer
Karri Compton
Frank Creed
CSFF Blog Tour
Gene Curtis
D. G. D. Davidson
Chris Deanne
Kameron M. Franklin
Beth Goddard
Marcus Goodyear
Andrea Graham
Jill Hart
Katie Hart
Sherrie Hibbs
Heather R. Hunt
Becca Johnson
Jason Joyner
Kait
Karen
Dawn King
Tina Kulesa
Lost Genre Guild
Kevin Lucia and The Bookshelf Reviews 2.0 - The Compendium
Terri Main
Rachel Marks
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Eve Nielsen
John W. Otte
John Ottinger
Cheryl Russel
Hanna Sandvig
Chawna Schroeder
Mirtika Schultz
Steve Trower
Speculative Faith
Daniel I. Weaver
Russell Griffith
Jason Waguespac
Holly
Brandon Barr

3 comments:

Becky said...

Good post, April. I'm going to do a review of one of the stories tomorrow and was considering the one you highlighted. I'm glad I read your blog first. No point in doing what you've already done. ;-)

Becky

Mark Goodyear said...

Becky should definitely read Polar Daughter. Thanks for the recommendation, April. I skipped some of the longer stories... because I'm lazy I guess.

The polar bear just grabbed me within a few paragraphs. He's quite a character. Somewhat reminded me of the bears in His Dark Elements.

chrisd said...

I never read that one. I'll have to take a look.

I read the story about ME, mind control. Science Fiction. It was good and it was quick (which was what I was after).

I'll check it out.