Jeffe Kennedy
Fantasy. Power. Passion

Most Unlikely to Write

Posted Sep 3 2017 in , , , ,

I found this great ceramic Dia de los Muertos doll a couple of weeks ago. It’s difficult to tell from the pic, but she’s made entirely of ravens. I would have bought her in a heartbeat if she weren’t so expensive. For those of you who’ve read THE SHIFT OF THE TIDE, there’s an aspect to […]

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Has fantasy become a catch-all category?

Posted Jul 21 2016 in , , , ,

I’m over at Jill Archer’s blog today, where we’re having a great conversation on whether Fantasy has become an awards category for anything vaguely “woo woo.” Check out the discussion here!

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Pros and Cons of Genre Boundaries

Posted Jun 5 2016 in ,

I’m over at the SFF7 this morning, mulling this week’s topic: How does working within or outside the genre spectrum benefit or limit?

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Embracing the Tropes – Love, Not Hate

Posted Mar 22 2015 in , ,

Spring definitely begins in March here in Santa Fe. I spent a few hours sitting outside reading with my coffee in the sunshine this morning. Lovely! This week at Word Whores, we’re discussing our favorite genre tropes. Since we get to pick the genre and I write in three at the moment, I’m talking about […]

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The Real Deal Isn’t

Posted Mar 11 2015 in , , , ,

I’m over at Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers today, talking about literary snobbery and inherent sexism. Alas.

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