In speculative fiction, I'm looking more for folklore, magical realism, surrealism, cozy fantasy, light fantasy, and atmospheric fantasy with lush world building and gorgeous prose, than traditional high/ epic fantasy. #MSWL
Ashley Hearn @AshleyHearnIn celebrating my one year workiversary at Page Street, I'm going to update my #MSWL! Stay tuned for some specific things I'm on the hunt for, but remember, this list is buy no means exhaustive. More than anything I love being surprised by a book, so when in doubt—query!
The NUMBER ONE item on my #MSWL is a diverse magic girl squad book. Think Sailor Moon but with an intersectional cast. If you send this to me now, I will read it tomorrow.
Brianne Johnson @SecretAgentBriStill (and prob always, who am I kidding) looking for witchy, beautiful, grounded Practical Magic-y fiction in MG, YA, & adult genres. #MSWL pic.twitter.com/5qOy9Zb6KL
Ashley Hearn @AshleyHearnA contemporary YA mystery or romance set at a Renaissance Fair or in a SCA guild. #MSWL
Magical realism in the vain of Anna-Marie McLemore. Or something contemporary with a touch of magic and ton of atmosphere. #MSWL