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Mythprint 2008

January/February (45:1-2, #310-311)

  • Powers by Ursula K. Le Guin (reviewed by David Bratman)
  • C. S. Lewis, My Godfather by Laurence Harwood (reviewed by Joe Christopher)
  • Whiskey and Water by Elizabeth Bear (reviewed by Berni Phillips Bratman)
  • Bruce Montgomery/Edmund Crispin by David Whittle (reviewed by Joe Christopher)
  • Fantasy Matters: A Conference Report (written by David Bratman)

March (45:3; #312)

  • A Reader’s Guide to Caspian by Leland Ryken and Marjorie Lamp Mead (reviewed by Joe Christopher)
  • Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale (reviewed by Ginger McElwee)
  • Anthony Boucher: a Biobibliography by Jeffrey Marks (reviewed by Joe Christopher)
  • Is Your Lord Large Enough? by Peter J. Schakel (reviewed by Joe Christopher)
  • Larklight by Philip Reeve (reviewed by Laura Krentz)

April/May (45:4-5, #313-314)

  • The Hobbit 70th Anniversary Edition by JRR Tolkien (reviewed by Jason Fisher)
  • Brave New Words: The Oxford Dictionary of Science Fiction edited by Jeff Prucher (reviewed by Joe Christopher)
  • Planet Narnia by Michael Ward (reviewed by Sarah Arthur)

June (45:6, #315)

  • The Chronicles of Narnia Prince Caspian (movie) (reviewed by David Bratman)
  • Roots and Branches by Tom Shippey (reviewed by David Bratman)
  • Lord of the Elves and Eldils by Richard Purtill (reviewed by David Bratman)

July/August (45:7-8, #316-317)

  • The Chronicles of Chaos by John C. Wright (reviewed by Alexei Kondratiev)
  • Ink Exchange by Melissa Marr (reviewed by Alana Joli Abbott)
  • Frostbite by Richelle Mead reviewed (by Berni Phillips Bratman)
  • Rapunzel’s Revenge by Shannon Hale and Nathan Hale (reviewed by Ginger McElwee)
  • Crystal Skull (movie) (reviewed by Diane Joy Baker)
  • Prince Caspian (movie) (reviewed by Lynn Maudlin)

September  (45:9, #318)

  • Loosing My Virginity: Confessions of a First Time Mythie (written by Mary McCann)
  • A Connecticut Quest: A Newbie’s View of Mythcon 39 (written by A. S. Rahne)
  • Mythcon 39 Report (written by David Emerson)

October/November (45:10-11, #319-320)

  • The Bestiary by Nicholas Christopher (reviewed by Jason Fisher)
  • The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman (reviewed by A.S. Rahne)
  • Tolkien’s Oxford by Robert S. Blackham (reviewed by John Rateliff)

December (45:12, #321)

  • Alice in Sunderland: An Entertainment by Bryan Talbot (reviewed by David Emerson)
  • Penelope (movie) (reviewed by A. S. Rahne)