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Fantasy and fantastic literature

Speculative Fiction of all kinds

Fantasy is a genre of art that uses magic and other supernatural forms as a primary element of plot, theme, or setting. The genre of fantasy is generally distinguished from other works that may use things believed to be impossible by its internal consistency (the marvels do not alter their behavior without reason in a work) and its presentation as true in its context. It is difficult to define the precise 'beginning' of fantasy literature, as stories involving magic and terrible monsters have existed since time immemorial. On the whole, the genre, as a distinct type, began to become visible in the Victorian times, in the works of writers such as William Morris, Lord Dunsany and George Macdonald. Modern fantasy, including early modern fantasy, has also spawned many new subgenres with no clear counterpart in mythology or folklore, although inspiration from mythology and folklore remains a consistent theme. Fantasy subgenres are numerous and diverse, frequently overlapping with other forms of speculative fiction in almost every medium in which they are produced. Noteworthy in this regard are the science fantasy and dark fantasy subgenres, which the fantasy genre shares with science fiction and horror, respectively. Whatever kind of fantasy you write, let me help you with a fresh set of eyes and ask the questions a reader would, as well as fix the tediums of grammar, spelling and usage, to make your fantasy novel or short story even better!







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