Sword & Sorcery: "An earthier sort of fantasy" discussion

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message 1: by S.E., Gray Mouser (new)

S.E. Lindberg (selindberg) | 2220 comments Mod
It is healthy to work in a variety of groups. Sometimes members just listen...other times they comment.
I was just curious which other social media groups members balance. For instance, I jump between

(1) this Goodreads group @ http://www.goodreads.com/group/show/8...

(2) A variety of Facebook sites
[The Sword and Sorcery League] @ https://www.facebook.com/swordsandsor...
[Sword and Soul] @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/15348...
[Grimdark Readers & Writers] @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/grimd...

(3) Blog Websites, like https://www.blackgate.com/ ... and specific author websites

(4) Kickstarter (ie I follow a variety of creators and other backers to survey new products)

Other platfroms that exist:
... more?

One can only participate in a select few (even as a "listener" only). So please chime in and identify/discuss other groups you are in that have overlapping interest with Sword & Sorcery groupies.

message 2: by S.E., Gray Mouser (new)

S.E. Lindberg (selindberg) | 2220 comments Mod
Jack wrote: "Good idea, S.E. Like many of us, I enjoy fantasy art. I particularly enjoy book cover art. Instagram is a great place to surf lots of pictures of old book covers and find art by classic and new art..."

Artwork, of course! I love some of these names/handles:
@chthonic_altar and @frazettagirls

message 3: by Cindy (new)

Cindy Tomamichel | 42 comments @conanthesalaryman is hilarious. He has a real knack for writing Conan into the modern age.

message 4: by Jon (new)

Jon Ray (jonray) | 51 comments I've recently reconnected with reddit and have be using it as a resource more often recently. The following a few of the reddits I frequent:


and most related to this group...

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