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Here are the top ten articles for the SF/Fantasy Books Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Types of Fantasy Fiction
The fantasy genre entails a wide variety of possiblilities.

2. Field of Fantasies book review
Review of the book Field of Fantasies - Baseball Stories of the Strange and Supernatural edited by Rick Wilber

3. Crossover by Joel Shepherd - a review
Crossover, the first book in a new science fiction series written by Australian author Joel Shepherd, follows Cassandra Kresnov, an artificial human.

4. CreativeCon
CreativeCon - science fiction, fantasy and comic book convention in Panama City, Florida.

5. Stacey Costas book review
Stacey Costas Vampire (slash) Job Hunter by Tracy Zielinski is an e-book Urban Fantasy series which follows Stacey Costas through his many adventures in trying to get back into the world of the employed.

6. Michele Wallace Capanelli
Interview with New York Times Best-selling author Michele Wallace Capanelli

7. Allan Yoskowitz
Interview with co-author of Science Fiction book Codename: Winterborn.

8. Raegan Butcher Interview
Poet, singer, actor, ex-convict, and underground cult figure, Raegan Butcher first began writing at the age of fourteen.

9. Existence by David Brin - a reivew
Two alien artifacts want to communicate with humans, but each one calls the other a liar.

10. Jack Maddox Interview
feature a lot of monsters, but also characters living on foodstamps, who've lost loved ones, are in good or bad marriages...I firmly believe that keeping a fantasy tale's feet on the ground makes it accessible for everyone.



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