Middle Ages, Dark Ages and pre-modern "straight" fantasy
jill at e-z.net
Fri Aug 11 21:10:05 EDT 2000
> >And... Urban fantasy? Why should it be called Urban unless it
> >relates to cities? For that matter, why should Urban fantasy be modern
> Glen Cook's Garrett novels seem to fit this description--definitely an
> "urban" setting that is not modern.
When people say Urban Fantasy, I think of Charles DeLint - and how much I'd
love to be able to write like that....
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