Drifts of Anamneris, photographed by Wildstar Beaumont

Have you a Tale of Fantasy Faire to share?

The Fairelands have faded back into the Mists, but for many of us, they are still in our minds and imaginations.

Over the course of Fantasy Faire, many people were inspired to write stories and poems – and many of those have been shared with the Literary Festival team. Over the coming days, we will be sharing those with you, through the Fantasy Faire blog, and also adding them to the LitFest area of the site.

But if you have written about the Fairelands, or have been inspired to write by the Faire, there is still time to submit your writing to be included on the website as we build an anthology of Faire writings.

Queensgarden, photographed by Wildstar Beaumont
Queensgarden, photographed by Wildstar Beaumont

How can you do this?

You can send your story or poem to fantasyfaireshortstory@gmail.com. These will be included on the website if submitted by May 31st 2020.

Drifts of Anamneris, photographed by Wildstar Beaumont

Drifts of Anamneris, photographed by Wildstar Beaumont

If you have written a story (or stories) for the Fantasy Faire blog, we will be happy to add them to the website anthology. Just write to us at fantasyfaireshortstory@gmail.com, with a link to where your writing first appeared on the blog, or on your own blog. Remember we are looking for stories and poems, not blog posts that are primarily images.

Some of the stories and poems may be chosen for broadcast on Fantasy Faire Radio. Writers are asked: If you do NOT wish your work broadcast, please indicate this on your submission.

Auxtenios' Pass, photographed by Wildstar Beaumont
Auxtenios’ Pass, photographed by Wildstar Beaumont

So … as you dream of the lands that are lost in the mists … please share your tales and poems with the Fantasy Faire LitFest team!

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