The best definition I can come up with for my writing was in a review that described it fantasy for people who don't normally read fantasy. I've taken to calling my writing "mythic fiction," because it's basically mainstream writing that incorporates elements of myth and folktale, rather than secondary world fantasy. I've written the latter, to be sure, and dabbled in science fiction and dark fantasy, but an overall view of my work will show that such stories are very much the exception, rather than the rule.
The Endicott Studio for Mythic Arts was founded by Terri Windling in 1987. It is co-directed by Terri Windling and Midori Snyder, with creative contributions from an international circle of mythic artists and scholars. The Endicott website first appeared online in the autumn of 1997. The site hosts the Journal of Mythic Arts (published quarterly), and the Endicott Scuttlebutt (containing book reviews, reading lists, and other resources for the mythic arts community). The site is edited and designed by Windling & Snyder, with the help of the Endicott web staff.
Epilogue is all about Fantasy Art. We are a growing community of today's most talented artists and illustrators, specializing in science fiction and fantasy art. Founded by artists for artists, our sole purpose is to help fellow artists to become more successful through high-quality exposure and community interaction. Epilogue offers a uniquely diverse and creative environment for artists of all levels to learn and grow in their craft.
A world famous commercial illustrator known mainly for his science fiction work, Chris Moore is equally at home in other genres. This website provides information on his wide ranging skills and abilities, as well as samples of some of his work.
O E-nigma é uma revista digital sobre literatura de ficção científica e fantástico. Inclui os conteúdos normais nas revistas literárias (ficção, artigos, críticas, etc.), mas difere destas na medida em que é digital e, portanto, não está sujeita aos condicionalismos da edição em papel (tiragem, distribuição, etc.).
The paintings for the cards of Magic, Middle-Earth, and Dune only represent one side of my illustration career. I still do a great deal of work for the science fiction book publishing industry, including publishers such as Penguin/ROC, Ballantine, Bantam, Tor, HarperCollins, and Avon. You can see my art on books by Larry Niven, Orson Scott Card, Barbara Hambly, Emily Devenport and many others.
Michael Whelan has been interested in the imagery of the fantastic since his early childhood. Combined with a love of drawing and painting, Michael turned this fascination into a career as the premier fantasy illustrator of the last 24 years. He has created hundreds of paintings seen on book covers, calendars, magazines, and record albums.
The core of Jan Patrik Krásný work are illustrations. He has created more than 100 cover-pages of mainly sci-fi & fantasy books for various Czech publishers. Recently he has been devoted to computer graphics.
I have been creating fantasy and science fiction art for over 20 years. I worked as a staff artist for TSR, Inc. from 1981 to 1987. While at TSR, I helped set the standards of gaming art in the role-playing genre. Besides creating covers for Dungeons & Dragons, AD&D and other gaming books, I may be best known for my work with the world of Dragonlance. Since 1987, I’ve been working as a freelance illustrator, doing covers for comics, computer games, magazines, fantasy and science fiction books and many more projects too numerous to list here.