The League of Comedy Fantasists

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Welcome to the League of Comedy Fantasists, a hodgepodge group of writers joining forces to share works of comedic fantasy and light fantasy with the masses. Check out each amazing author and learn what makes them unique.

1383646_10102967469658948_1895957187_nKylie Betzner: The fearless leader and founder of the LOCF. Growing up in the middle of a cornfield outside of Kokomo IN, Kylie had nothing better to do than fantasize about unicorns and elves. As an adult, she still refuses to grow up, and spends most of her time creating stories of comedic fantasy. When she is not writing, Kylie enjoys reading, dabbling in art projects, and spending time with her family and friends. She also runs, although she does not enjoy it so much.

Kylie lives in Kokomo IN in a small suburb with her sister, nephew, horde of cats, and one very silly dog.

Published Works: The Quest for the Holy Something or Other (Available January 2015!)

Follow Kylie on: WordPress, Twitter, and Goodreads

Clive Mullis: Author of humorous fantasy. Clive once worked in the health service as a paramedic, until sense and a bad back got in the way of things. Now retired, Clive’s busier than ever with a part-time job that pays some beer money and enables him to spend a little time writing, though not as much as he would like as life invariably gets in the way. When he’s not writing, Clive enjoys reading, sports, and spending an hour (or two) down at the pub.

Clive lives in the UK in the county of Bedfordshire with his family and Daisy the dog.

Published Works: Banker’s Draft (Available on Amazon, Smashwords, and I-tunes)

Follow Clive on: WordPress and Twitter

Lara Willard: Editor. Designer. Wife. Mom. And, of course, writer of comedic literary fantasy (as well as poetry & contemporary short fiction). Her first experience writing was coming up with material for comedy sketches. Her inspirational story: “I rode the literary horse through university. But when I stopped for a waffle break, my mare wondered off with a hot ass, and next thing you know, I’m the godmother of a mule. That mule is a comedic literary fantasy called World Song.”

Lara lives in Minnesota, with her husband and sons.

Work in Progress: World Song (Currently in revisions before it clops off into the sunset of traditional publishing)

Follow Lara on: WordPress, Twitter, Tumblr, and Pinterest

JonJon Brierley: Voracious reader. Also a writer, mainly of comedic fantasy and parodies. Mostly unpublished and very much unpaid. Currently works a day job but hopes to pursue writing as a full-time career. Offers of drink are always acceptable. Dreadful puns at no extra charge.

Jon lives, as many cool writers do, in the North of England.

Work in Progress: The Saga of Gorm the Less and the Huldrafolk

Synopsis: Long ago and far away in the Northlands, a young wizard is hired by the Huldrafolk to help them with a little problem. Magic, romance, a walrus, and jokes. Mostly jokes.  

Follow Jon on: Twitter and WordPress

marcMarc Bilgrey: Author of the humorous fantasy novels, And Don’t Forget To Rescue The Princess, and, And Don’t Forget To Rescue The OTHER Princess. Both books were originally published in hardcover by Five Star, and are now available as e-books for Amazon Kindle. Marc is a fan of fantasy and science fiction; in fact, there is a photo of him dressed as Mr. Spock’s left ear in The Making of The Star Trek Conventions, by Joan Winston.

Marc pends most of his time escaping from real life into imaginary worlds.

Published Works: And Don’t Forget To Rescue The PrincessAnd Don’t Forget To Rescue The OTHER Princess, and his latest, Cubist in a Cubicle. (Available on Amazon).

Follow Marc on: Website

If you wish to join the league, please contact Kylie Betzner at kyliebetzner@gmail.com and include the words “League of Comedy Fantasists” in the regarding line. Members are screened prior to membership and are expected to follow group rules: maintaining a standard team page, promoting other members, and so on and so forth. Thank you for stopping by!

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