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Creator Justin Price Talks Inspiration for Paragon: The Shadow Wars

Watch Paragon: The Shadow Wars starring Danny Trejo on The Fantasy Network

In a world where Reapers take souls and demons bargain with humans for their place among the food chain, a new descendent named Jael has emerged to stop Death’s plan to reset the world. That’s the premise of Paragon: The Shadow Wars, a new fantasy series featured on The Fantasy Network. Director, actor and producer Justin Price joined TFN News ...

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Lost Children of Andromeda: An Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Book Series

Learn more about Lost Children of Andromeda - read the article on The Fantasy Network News

Indie creator Jason Michael Primrose grew up loving books. After secretly writing books for years, Primrose decided to self-publish the one series that stuck with him since he first envisioned it as a second-grader. That story has grown into his latest project, Lost Children of Andromeda. His first novel in the series, Zosma, came out in 2018, and the next, ...

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Sheer SFF Poetry: The Sci-Fi Haiku of Marcus Vance

Across the Vacuum a sci-fi haiku collection by Marcus Vance - interview on The Fantasy Network News

If high school was the last time you thought about poetry, you’re missing out on getting your sci-fi fix in short, potent shots — and you should think again about that. The taut, streamlined sci-fi haiku of author Marcus Vance, along with this SFF flash fiction and other short works, are worth checking out. His new haiku collection, Across the ...

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Cognition Starring Andrew Scott and Jeremy Irvine now on VOD

Andrew Scott, Jeremy Irvine, Milo Panni and Ravi Ajit Chopra on set of Cognition, article featured on The Fantasy Network News

If you haven’t seen the indie sci-fi short film COGNITION yet, now is a great time to do it—as it’s now available on demand on a number of platforms. The film’s sci-fi stylings wrap around a heartfelt story rooted in a father-son relationship, packing a great punch at the end and leaving audiences wanting to see more of this exciting ...

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Crowdfunding Latina Superheroes: Support LOQUITA by Kayden Phoenix

Loquita, a supernatural Latina superhero graphic novel - read the interview with creator Kayden Phoenix on The Fantasy Network News

There’s nothing quite like seeing a superhero character that mirrors your experience of the world. For filmmaker and storyteller Kayden Phoenix, that had led to the work she’s doing on LOQUITA, a supernatural Latina superhero graphic novel, which is finishing up its Kickstarter soon. Inspired by the kind of tale and characters Phoenix would love to see onscreen, LOQUITA tells ...

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Tips for Making Your Own Film from Sam Weston

Sam Weston, creator of The Swordswoman on The Fantasy Network

The Fantasy Network recently chatted with Sam Weston, creator of the short film The Swordswoman during the 48-Hour Film Project. He shared some excellent tips for those who want to get started making their own indie films. We want to share these ideas with the indie creators in our audience, especially those who are just starting out on their filmmaking ...

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Filming on a Deadline: The Making of The Swordswoman

The Swordswoman by Sam Weston, interview on The Fantasy Network News

If making a film in 48 hours sounds intimidating, crazy, and exhilarating fun, you’re right — about all of it. And it just may be the excuse you need to create a film that explores the story you’ve always wanted to tell. That’s what inspires filmmaker Sam Weston, who made his entertaining short film The Swordswoman for the 48-Hour Film ...

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Reimagining a Traditional Biblical Story: Jonah’s Voyage to Atlantis

Jonah's Voyage to Atlantis

What do you get when you blend a well-known character of Biblical proportions with a mysterious myth that still captivates people today, and add in a touch of inspiration from J.R.R. Tolkien? If you’re comic creator Philip Kosloski, you get an imaginative new story, Jonah’s Voyage to Atlantis — which tells a version of Jonah’s tale that is superbly inventive. Taking ...

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Amazing Stories and the History of Science Fiction

Science fiction’s rich tradition in the short story realm is something that can’t be argued. Over the years, countless well-known, best-selling sci-fi authors have gotten their start with publications in pulp magazines like Amazing Stories. First published in March-April 1926, Amazing Stories was the first magazine dedicated fully to science fiction—making it a pioneer for magazines like Analog (1930) and ...

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Aliens, Superpowers, and More in Agent II: Revelation

Agent Revelation - an interview with Derek Ting on The Fantasy Network News

In 2017, actor, writer and director Derek Ting, producer Eric Mark and their team released the entertaining indie sci-fi thriller AGENT I: INTELLIGENCE. With a story that taps into the concepts of alien invasion, the building of the pyramids, Area 51 and other classic sci-fi tropes with a twist, AGENT has gained a loyal audience. And that has paved the ...

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