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Fantasy Novella Submissions: A Guide to the Best Urban Fantasy Novellas

Urban fantasy is a subgenre of fantasy literature that typically features fantasy elements in a contemporary urban setting. Here are a few examples of acclaimed urban fantasy novellas:

  1. "The Iron Daughter" by Julie Kagawa: This novella is the second book in the Iron Fey series and follows the story of Meghan Chase, a teenage girl who is pulled into a magical realm of faeries and must navigate a dangerous world of politics and power.

  2. "The Assassin's Blade" by Sarah J. Maas: This novella is a collection of five stories set in the world of the Throne of Glass series and follows the story of Celaena Sardothien, a skilled assassin who becomes embroiled in a dangerous political struggle.

  3. "The Dresden Files: Blood Rites" by Jim Butcher: This novella is the sixth book in the Dresden Files series and follows the story of Harry Dresden, a wizard and private investigator who must navigate a dangerous world of magic and crime in contemporary Chicago.

  4. "The Black Company" by Glen Cook: This novella is the first book in a series of the same name, and it follows the story of a group of mercenaries who are caught up in a struggle between rival factions of sorcerers in a fantasy version of medieval Asia.

  5. "The Last Werewolf" by Glen Duncan: This novella is about a werewolf who is the last of his kind, and who is on the run from a secret society of hunters. It's an urban fantasy story that explores themes of identity, love, and mortality.

These are just a few examples of urban fantasy novellas that have received critical acclaim. There are many more that have left a lasting impression on readers, and it's always a good idea to research and explore more on the topic.

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