Exclusive Interview: Communication Failure Author Joe Zieja

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While science fiction and comedy work well together — see Futurama, et al. — the thing about funny science fiction novels is how the humor often takes a back seat to the sci-fi. Not in a bad way, mind ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank Author Matthew Rosenberg

We always like to talk about the innocence of children. But in the new graphic novel 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank (paperback, Kindle) by writer Matthew Rosenberg (Kingpin: Born Against) and artist Tyler Boss, ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Creatures Of Will And Temper Author Molly Tanzer

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It’s a risky proposition to change something about a famous character, especially when it’s something fundamental like their gender. Just ask the people behind the new Ghostbusters or anyone working on the new season of Doctor Who. But risk ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Artemis Author Andy Weir

Three years after releasing The Martian — six if you count when he first self-published his debut novel about an astronaut who’s stranded on Mars — writer Andy Weir is taking another trip to outer space with his new novel, ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Nine Author Tracy Townsend

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Given that she has a Master’s degree in Writing & Rhetoric, a Bachelor’s degree in creative writing, and now teaches creative writing and science fiction & fantasy literature at the public school where she served as the chair of the ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Body Music Writer And Artist Julie Maroh

In her first graphic novel, Blue Is The Warmest Color (Le Bleu Est une Couleur Chaude), writer and artist Julie Maroh told a coming-of-age love story about two women that took place over the course of a fourteen-year ...CONTINUE