Category Archives: Reading Lists
Here’s a list by Melissa Albert from the always-useful Barnes & Noble Teen Blog (now added to the Blogroll list of links on the right-hand side). These 15 debut YA novels all look very promising; many of them fall into … Continue reading
If you visit this site often, you’ll know that many of the Gothic and fantastic narratives that OGOM research involve reworkings and rewritings of fairy tales or myths. The transformations and interminglings of genre involved fascinate me on a formal … Continue reading
Two very useful reading lists here. The first, Women of Horror, Dark Fantasy, and the Weird: A Recommended Reading List, lists tales, novels, and even poetry from those genres and looks intriguingly non-mainstream. Then, a list of Horror in Translation from … Continue reading
S. Zainab Williams has compiled a great reading list here on witches in fiction.
Here are two more inspiring reading lists: one of women writers of speculative fiction in translation; one of space operas (typically, a very male genre) written by women.
Two excellent lists here of recent and forthcoming YA fiction, most which appear to be fantastic and with strands of paranormal romance. Many are reworkings of fairy tales or classic narratives–a mode which OGOM is much fascinated by. I have … Continue reading
Some very appealing suggestions here for Young Adult SF and fantasy. I’m not sure how they overlap with paranormal romance but I’ll be investigating these.
I am fascinated by what emerges when genres meet, combine, come into conflict. Genres bring with them ways of looking at the world and fiction that doesn’t settle easily into any one genre can result in complex and subtle perspectives. … Continue reading