Because of 2020 event restrictions, this issue is not available in print or PDF form.
We credit the reviewers, writers, and editors who bring Lorehaven to life.
E. Stephen Burnett: This month the very skies remind us that joy conquers wintry death.
Lorehaven reviews twelve new fantastic novels from Christian creators.
- Blood and Bond, Laura VanArendonk Baugh
- Dark is the Night, Mirriam Neal
- The Eternal Struggle, Esther Wallace
- Flight of the Raven, Morgan L. Busse
- Fugue for the Sacred Songbook: In Eb Minor, Keith A. Robinson
- Gretchen and the Bear, Carrie Anne Noble
- The Hourglass and the Darkness, Kyle L. Elliott
- The Icarus Aftermath, Arielle M. Bailey
- Legend of the Storm Sneezer, Kristiana Sfirlea
- Moonscript, H. S. J. Williams
- Nomad, R. J. Anderson
- Songflight, Michelle M. Bruhn
In 2021, Lorehaven becomes an all-digital monthly to help share excellent Christian-made fantastical stories with the Church.
Marian Jacobs: God can restore your injured soul through the grace-filled habits of story journaling and curated fiction reading.