The British Fantasy Society

A Community for those who love Magical Creatures, Monsters and the Fantastic!

What do we do here?

Community

We connect fantasy readers, writers, industry professionals. We offer many opportunities to gather, both in-person and online to share the love of Fantasy, Horror and Science Fiction writing!

Celebrate

Fantasycon and the British Fantasy Awards help our community enjoy, connect, network and get recognition. Join us for our annual events, or find out about past awards.

Support

Helping writers, publishers, agents, and fans (and anyone else interested in SFFH). Advice, moral support, ways to increase their reach and knowledge.

Promotion

We offer members fantastic opportunities and save on marketing campaigns. We also offer a publisher membership!

Publication

BFS Horizons magazine and BFS Journal are just two of the ways our members and others can find opportunities to get their writing out there!

Inform

Members receive exclusive news via our newsletter and Discord, and non-members get access to our blogs and social media too.

Find out more by using our main menu’s About or Get in Touch options, or see it all at a glance with our sitemap

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Latest reviews

RETURN OF THE DWARVES By Markus Heitz
RETURN OF THE DWARVES By Markus Heitz

As the title for this excellent and engaging dwarvish tale would suggest, German author Markus Heitz is back with another entry in his ‘The Dwarves’ world, and the series is better than ever. ‘The Dwarves,’ a five-book series that came to an end back in 2018 with ‘The Triumph of the Dwarves,’ was a compelling, […]

Delicious in Dungeon
Delicious in Dungeon

Deep in the depths of a deadly dungeon, a brave adventuring party faces off against a massive red dragon. Unprepared for the fight and exhausted by their travels, it is not going very well. One of the party’s spellcasters, Falin, teleports her friends to the surface, including her brother, the warrior Laios, her best friend, […]

Toxxic by Jane Hennigan
Toxxic by Jane Hennigan

If you read and enjoyed Moths, you’ll want to read Toxxic. There, review done. Okay, you want a touch more. No problem. As the follow-on to Moths, Toxxic takes off in some interesting directions, but it’s very much its own story rather than a sequel. The cast of characters is entirely new, with the exception […]