Escape, Resonance, and Recovery

Nov 4, 07:53 by IROSF
Thoughts on escapism in fantasy?

Article is here.
Nov 8, 15:44 by Janine Stinson
Thanks, Jason, for a well-written and thought-provoking article. Now that I look back, I may have traveled a similar road to yours, in the last 5 years. Took me longer, I expect, but I'm in the third phase now and so glad I can enjoy a wider range of styles and stories. Good on yer. :)
Nov 8, 17:52 by Jason Ridler
Thanks, Mr. Stinson. Variety is the spice of life and I couldn't imagine not enjoying the rich tapestry of across the fiction spectrum. Glad you enjoyed the article.

JSR
Mar 19, 21:14 by Paul Schilling
Actually, if I'm really shaken up like that, I can't read at all. It takes too much work. So instead I've been known to hide in a basement and watch an entire season of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" or "Angel," which I suppose proves your point about fantasy in general. Then I get a good night's sleep and my brain begins its reset mode. But I've written down Gary's name on my to read list. He sounded interesting.
   

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