A story has many elements. Culture. Creatures. Magic. The worldbuildng of every detail and facet, from the political maneuverings of kings to the pebbles between a traveler's shoes and the scent of earth after rain.
This is a collection of resources for writers and editors of fantasy fiction and will include posts and workbooks concerning worldbuilding, magic systems, planets and galactic settings, incorporating science into your fantasy settings, the different punk genres, and how to make quirky and awesome fantasy names. Take a look around this page at some of my most popular resources (organized by subject) or head over to the Speculative Pages blog to see a wider variety of posts.
If you're searching for something a little more in-depth, take a look at my Worldbuilding Workbooks, a series of PDF downloads focused on walking you through each step of the worldbuilding process, from building your landscape and the crust of your planet, to crafting a unique magic system, creating intriguing and rich cultures, developing engaging and powerful characters, and plotting the arc of your story to bring everything together.
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