Fantasy

Quressa "Tryna be the Beyanna of Agents" Robinson @qnrisawesome · 1d

You know, I'd love to see a near-future fantasy or sci-fi that explores what the world, particularly the US, would look like if black americans got reparations. #MSWL

Kelly @LitAgentKelly · 4d

I'm still running on U.K. time, so I'm a little exhausted, but I'm super excited to be at the Hilton and getting prepped and ready for #WDC18 #pitchSlam tomorrow! If you have MG, YA, or Adult romance, fantasy, futuristic sci-fi, or anything on my #MSWL, come pitch me tomorrow!

Brit Elisabet Hvide Busse @bhvide · 5d

Give me classic heroes journeys with two bros or lady bros or non-binary bros just trying to muddle their way through the war. #mswl

Brit Elisabet Hvide Busse @bhvide · 5d

I want stories of fundamental good and evil with beautiful, complicated characters at their core and no misogyny or racism just for the sake of historical realism. #mswl

Brit Elisabet Hvide Busse @bhvide · 5d

Give me your heartwarming fantasy journeys. Your optimistic young adventurers on horses. Give me your 90’s style fantasies with progressive politics and loads of heart #mswl

Michelle Witte @michellewitte · 5d

Michelle Witte @michellewitte

Oh man, a YA along the lines of W or Goblin would be AMAZING. #MSWL twitter.com/sarahrmccabe/s…

A YA historical fantasy would also be fantastic. Faith (aka The Good Doctor) is still one of my favorite kdramas. Secret Healer (aka Mirror of the Witch) is another that I love. Plus, I've been fascinated by the cdrama Tientsin Mystic. So much fun. #MSWL

Sarah McCabe @sarahrmccabe · 6d

So, hear me out—a fantasy/sci-fi kdrama, but in book form. #MSWL

Sarah Guan @Sarah_Guan · 6d

Lindsey Hall @LindseyHall17

#MSWL fantasy w/ a translator protag. There's so much power in language-- how they translate for a ruler effects a whole kingdom, eg. I want to see the nuances & consequences of deciding how & what to translate, word play between languages, times when translation falls short

YES, THIS. #MSWL

I’m a multilingual person who often translates for loved ones whose first language isn’t English. It’s a whole set of social interactions and levels of access to systemic power that shape communities and conflicts.

I’d love to see this examined in #SFF.