ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fables/ Folklore, Fantasy, Pixar

The Stars of the Ocean

While watching Finding Nemo, I was intrigued by the introverted but bubbly star fish, named Peach. Unlike the other marine creature’s inhabitation in the fish tank with Peach, she was the only creature that seemed content with their environment. I first saw Finding Nemo, with Luna, she knew how much I loved creatures that live under the sea.

Author - Michael Claffey
ARTICLES, Fantasy, Michael Claffey

New Breath Upon an Icy Dawn

For an author it’s important to build a network filled with readers, fellow authors, and publishers to help get your work out there. Part of the vision of Our Fantasy Realm, is to support fellow writers by promoting their work and helping them establish a positive network. By surrounding yourself with a supportive network helps offer you the confidence to believe your art means something to the world.

The Battle Between The Holly King and The Oak King
ARTICLES, Celebrations, Fables/ Folklore, Fantasy, Luna Nyx Frost, Summer, Winter

The Battle Between The Holly King and The Oak King

Many consider December to the mark the final big holiday of the season. For some this would be Christmas but those that celebrate the Wheel of the Year celebrate Yule or the Winter Solstice. There are many traditions for this celebration including a tale of battle between the Holly and Oak King to tell tale of how their seasonal battle effects the seasons.

water witch
ARTICLES, Fantasy, Fantasy Creatures, Luna Nyx Frost, witches, Wizards & Magic

Water Witch

There are many who assume that magic is spilt into three areas black, white, and grey representing the intentions when using spells. However, there are many branches of magic reflecting on the elements and different forms of magic or witchcraft.

ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Literary Poetry, Poetry

Realm – A Poem

S. Thomas Summers, is a Pushcart nominated poet, is the author of Private Hercules McGraw: Poems of the American Civil War and The Journals of Lt. Kendall Everly, both published by Anaphora Literary Press. He teaches literature, philosophy, and writing at Wayne Hills High School and Passaic County Community College in Wayne and Paterson New Jersey, respectively.

Forest
ARTICLES, Fantasy, Literary Poetry, Poetry

Forest – A Poem

S. Thomas Summers, is a Pushcart nominated poet, is the author of Private Hercules McGraw: Poems of the American Civil War and The Journals of Lt. Kendall Everly, both published by Anaphora Literary Press. He teaches literature, philosophy, and writing at Wayne Hills High School and Passaic County Community College in Wayne and Paterson New Jersey, respectively.

The Dragon Haunting the Mist
ARTICLES, Dragons, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Fantasy Creatures, Literary Poetry, Poetry

The Dragon Haunting the Mist – A Poem

S. Thomas Summers, is a Pushcart nominated poet, is the author of Private Hercules McGraw: Poems of the American Civil War and The Journals of Lt. Kendall Everly, both published by Anaphora Literary Press. He teaches literature, philosophy, and writing at Wayne Hills High School and Passaic County Community College in Wayne and Paterson New Jersey, respectively.

Elves
ARTICLES, Elves, Fantasy, Fantasy Creatures, Film, Luna Nyx Frost, Novels & Series, Video Games

Elves: Defenders of Mother Earth

When people hear the word elf they picture, graceful, slender, and tall men and women with pointy ears. An elf is a being that is a master with a bow and arrow or a sword, while living hidden in the forests. In recent years, the media has sparked new interest in these supernatural beings. From Dungeon and dragons to The Lord of The Rings, even video games seem to include elves in their universe.

Faery
ARTICLES, Faeries, Fantasy, Luna Nyx Frost

Infatuation with Faeries

Many young girls grow up on the concept that the world is filled with tiny light or beings called fey. There is more to the concept then what is spoken about in faery tales. For the fey are magical beings with connections to the realm of nature. In some cases, they are more human than they appear.