Welcome, campers, to our latest Narrativity Online panel: The Importance of the Mundane in Fantasy! Please join panelists Joe Heaney (moderator), Eric Flint, Chris Wozney, L.J. Stanton, and Emma Bull (with video production by Sweth Chandramouli) as they explore how the details of mundane life can interact with and strengthen even the most fantastical of narratives.
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Books & other media mentioned:
Mark Twain, “Captain Stormfield’s Visit to Heaven”
George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones series
James S. A. Corey, The Expanse series
also The Expanse (TV series)
Steven Brust, Dzur – use of food
Lee Gold, Valhalla: Absent Without Leave – use of food
Matt Wallace, the Sin du Jour series – like early John Carpenter does Food Network
“When I Started Writing ‘Game Of Thrones,’ I Didn’t Know What Horses Looked Like”