The Webzine:

Way too Fantasy was formed in December 2012 by friends from a NaNoWriMo group.

It was a biannual webzine dedicated to original fiction and artwork in the fantasy genre. We featured short stories, serials, poetry, and flash in all sub-genres of fantasy. Although we are no longer currently publishing anymore issues of the webzine, past issues are still available to read.

State of the Union:

We (not so much lately) regularly post a variety of fantasy related articles, reviews, and other fun stuff.

We consider WtF to be a ‘grab bag’ of the fantasy genre.  If you are interested in writing a guest post (any topic, as long as it is fantasy related) please contact us via, we’d love to hear from you.

The Founders:

Lisa Richardson–Editor
Website: The Unicorn Blues

She’s been writing for as long as she can remember.

Non-writing interests are wide and varied. Current interests include cats, Korean dramas, tea parties, and wearing silly hats.

Lisa lives in Baltimore with her husband, large book collection, and three cats.

Jen Fiddes–Former Editor
Website: work your way out

Is a writer, musician, mother, and home educator living in Baltimore, Maryland. She enjoys stepping on the cracks in the sidewalk and cheese. June has completed three novels and a number of short stories-some exploring the serendipities of reality and others frolicking in the realms of fantasy. She also writes a lot of poetry.

Friends of Way too Fantasy:

CJ Casey

C.J. Casey is a writer and musician currently living in up and down the Eastern US. He has lived on four continents, traveled within the other two, and loves to read local folklore and legends. His primary focus is on surreal fantasy and horror.


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