What is the Best Non-European Fantasy Setting?
Our June/July poll is live.
The semifinal polls will last only about ten days each. I'll put this one up until next Monday and the following one until the a week from that Wednesday. Then we'll run the final round until the end of July.
Round two will include:
Tales of the Otori series by Lian Hearn
Monkey and The Monk
Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed
"Haroun and the Sea of Stories," by Salman Rushdie.
"Lord of Light" by Zelazny
The Fox Woman and Fudoki, series by Kij Johnson.
Nnedi Okorafor - Who Fears Death
Everyone will get four votes (3). The top four names of each poll will go on to the final round. Before you simply vote for your favorite four, consider that, as there is no ranking of those four votes; each vote beyond one dilutes the power of your choices a little more. So if you have a genuine favorite–or pair of favorites–it's better to use as few votes as possible.
The poll itself is on the left side, at the bottom of the side menus.
Thursday, June 23, 2016
Best Non-European Fantasy Setting
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