Tomorrow morning, Lorehaven‘s new quarterly issue arrives just in time to count for winter 2020.
Make sure you’re free-subscribed so you’ll be the first to get the new issue. This includes:
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 Hourseglass and the Darkness, Kyle L. Elliott
- The Icarus Aftermeath, Arielle M. Bailey
- Legend of the Storm Sneezer, Kristiana Sfirlea
- Moonscript, H. S. J. Williams
- Nomad, R. J. Anderson
- Songflight, Michelle M. Bruhn
Cover story: ‘Only the Beginning of the Adventure’
In 2021, Lorehaven becomes an all-digital monthly to help share excellent Christian-made fantastical stories with the Church.
How to Find Stories that Restore Your Soul
Marian Jacobs: God can restore your injured soul through the grace-filled habits of story journaling and curated fiction reading.
Out with quarterly; in with monthly
This issue will mark our last quarterly “issue” proper.
Starting in January 2021, Lorehaven will fully become a webzine.
This change will help make Lorehaven.com more pandemic-resistant.
Even better, we’re better placed to share timely, short news posts, like the one you’re reading.
Each month, we’ll also share fantastic, polished articles from the best Christian creators.
Every week, we’ll post a new review of a Christian-made fantastical novel.
Tomorrow, you’ll get to read an extended cover story that presents these changes, and shares our purpose behind them.
Lord willing, this is only the beginning of the adventure.