Fairy Showdown – Vote Now in the Final Round!

On Sunday, December 2 at 7:00 p.m. ET, authors Julie Kagawa, Holly Black, and Francesca Lia Block will be chatting here on Figment about all things fairy!

Holly Black Julie Kagawa Francesca Lia Block

Holly Black, Julie Kagawa, Francesca Lia Block

This is it! The final round of our Fairy Showdown. It’s time to choose the winner! Between now and the live chat on Sunday, December 2 at 7:00 p.m. ET, vote for your favorite fairy. The winner will be announced during the chat, so be sure to tune in at 7:00 p.m. ET on December 2 to see if which fairy is the most favored.

Sleeping BeautyFlora, Fauna, and Merryweather from Sleeping Beauty

Though you may not know their names, and no—”That one,” “Oh yeah, her,” and “Whasserface” doesn’t count—these fairies pack some serious punch with their tiny magic wands. Are three fairies better than one? Vote!


Peter PanTinkerbell from Peter Pan

Does she speak in a magical bell-tongue? Or is it that her language is so foul, she is constantly being bleeped out? Probably the bell one, but still! Tinkerbell is a gangsta. Prove it by voting!


Can’t see the survey box below? Click here to vote for your favorite fairy.

Julie Kagawa Iron Fey

In Julie’s newest book, The Lost Prince (the fifth installment in the Iron Fey series) Meghan’s brother, Ethan, hates the life his sister lives in the land of Faery. But soon, he has to return to the Iron Realm to face his destiny …



2 thoughts on “Fairy Showdown – Vote Now in the Final Round!

  1. Hello, how are you?

    I wanted to know, about what were your first reactions when you learned about how Fairies in folklore actually behaved? that they were far different from the little butterfly-winged Tinkerbell ones we know today?

    That mythical fairies were actually morally grey, amoral, capricious and almost wicked beings who would steal, kidnap and rape?

    what was your first reactions towards that?

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