Explore Lorehaven magazine’s summer 2020 issue, featuring novelist W. A. Fulkerson and 15 new reviews of the best Christian fantasy.Lorehaven | 3 comments
Because of 2020 event restrictions, this issue is not available in print or PDF form.
E. Stephen Burnett: During traumatic times, we need truthful stories to help our healing.
Lorehaven’s review team explores the books they like best.
- Airfoil: Origins, Steve Rzasa
- Cora and the Nurse Dragon, H. L. Burke
- Emberhawk, Jamie Foley
- Heartmender, V. Romas Burton
- Jordan’s Arrow, Allen Steadham
- Let the Ghosts Speak, Bryan Davis
- Light of Mine, Allen Brokken
- Mortal Sight, Sandra Fernandez Rhoads
- Outsmarting Time, Laura Hanks Kline
- Sorrowfish, Anne C. Miles
- The Story Hunter, Lindsay A. Franklin
- The Vault Between Spaces, Chawna Schroeder
Cover story: ‘I Used to Want to Change the World’
- Explore For Whom the Sun Sings with W. A. Fulkerson
- For Whom the Sun Sings, book review
- For Whom the Sun Sings, chapter 1
Sponsored Review: The Light Unbound, C. S. Wachter
This novel concludes C. S. Wachter’s saga on a high note.
Discerning the ‘Girls With Swords’ Trope
Marian Jacobs: We can see some strong female characters in biblical perspective.
Sponsored Review: A Shattered World, Lelia Rose Foreman
This is the Puritan space colonization epic you never knew you needed.
The Dangers of Anti-Pearl-Clutching
Travis Perry: Let’s not overcorrect for others’ fears by ignoring Satan’s schemes.
The Chosen’s Speculation Meets a True Savior
Cap Stewart: This series may be one of the best Christian stories in our lifetime.
Just wanted to take a moment and say “Thank You” for your magazine and articles.
As a Christian who enjoys Speculative Fiction, it’s nice to have a place to read articles and hear podcasts that speak on those issues together, as opposed to separately.
In particular, I wanted to say “Thank You” again for episode 19 of the “Fantastical Truth” podcast where Christian Spec Fic authors discuss dealing with grittier than PG-13 content.
I enjoyed that episode so much because as a new writer, this is an issue I often have questions about and struggle with in my mind.
Somehow I missed this review last summer! Thanks for including my book in this issue. Any chance you can update the page so my name is spelled correctly? (Hanks not Hans) Thanks!!