Historical Research Roundup

Posts on  Research for Writers of Historical Fiction

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Guest Posts on  Research Rabbit Holes

RHONDA EUDALY: IT’S ALL RELATIVE

LAURA ANNE GILMAN: THE EVENTUAL EMERGENCE OF EXTINCT ANIMALS EPIC FANTASY

JULIET MCKENNA: WHEN YOUR RESEARCH GOES TO THE DOGS

MIKE REEVES-MCMILLAN: HOW RESEARCH HELPED CREATE MY STORY

LYDA MOREHOUSE: SAMURAI SH*T

ALLISON MULDER: ZOOMBIE TO ZOMBEE, AN ACCIDENTAL FLIGHT PATH

WENDY NIKEL: TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION

KAT OTIS: ONCE UPON A TIME IN WHITEHALL, OR, WHY THE FIELDS OF ALT-HISTORY ARE FULL OF RABBIT HOLES

KATHRYN SULLIVAN: RESEARCH FOR WRITING YA AND MIDDLE GRADE SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY
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Other Research Posts

STEWART C. BAKER: GOOGLE-FU: INTERNET RESEARCH, LIBRARIAN-STYLE

BETH CATO: RESEARCHING THE GREAT SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE OF 1906

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