An Old Map of the Northlands

I’ve found my original, hand-drawn map of the Northlands (which was called Norelande then). Not up to the graphic skills of Molly Kiely, who redrew the map for The Wizard’s Son and Maiden In Light, but it shows more geographical detail and features my own calligraphy.

About Kathryn L Ramage

Kathryn L. Ramage has a B.A. and M.A. in English lit and has been writing for as long as she can remember. She lives in Maryland with three calico cats. As well as being the author of numerous short stories, novellas, and essays, she is the author of “Maiden in Light,” “The Wizard’s Son,” and “Sonnedragon,” novels set on an alternate Earth whose history has diverged from ours somewhere during the medieval period. All three are part of an intended series of fantasy novels that mostly take place in a dukedom called the Northlands, a part of the Norman Empire that roughly covers the north-eastern U.S.

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One Response to An Old Map of the Northlands

  1. No disrespect to Molly Kiely, but this is a much clearer and more detailed map than those that appear in the two volumes so far, especially the placing of Storm Port. I like the fact too that this is an east-facing map (obviously, since it’s based on the north-eastern states!), a contrast to many west-facing fantasy maps (Middle Earth and Le Guin’s Western Shore spring to mind). But, now I think of it, there are no end of east-facing maps of course, Narnia being the most obvious!

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