dragonsworn has been around for several years now, as we were first gestated in early 1997. we orginally produced an interactive downloadable magazine for the 'Wheel of Time' series, which was greatly apprecaited within the WoT community (check them out here).
In 1999, concered about the limitations of such a narrow facus, we decided to opt for a general fantasy/sci-fi/horror format. we formed our initial website, and since then have delivered all our content online. although succesful, the demands of running the site stressed our resources and active updates stopped in mid-2000, with the entire website remaining available well into 2001. at this point, the site went into hiatus.
in november of 2003 dragonsworn relaunched, and the result is what you see before you. we're proud to boast more reviews than ever before as well as genre specific fiction and features. we also provide an active discussion forum, an acclaimed art gallery, and our newest project - a genre links directory.
we're confident that we will continue to serve as a valuable online resource for fans of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. with fully functional mirrors in both north america and europe, as well as a dedicated and skilled volunteer staff, the outlook has never looked better.
if you're interested in joining dragonsworn as a contributor, we're interested in having you. a project of this magnitude always needs another hand, and we'd like it to be yours. check out our help wanted section to see how you can help, or just let us know you're interested - we'll find something for you.
we'd like to thank you for taking the time to visit dragonsworn, and we look forward to seeing you again in the future. as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. if you'd like to know more about dragonsworn, take part in our decision-making process, or would just like to meet some friendly people, drop by inspiration. we'll see you there.