Exclusive Interview: Glass Town Author Steven Savile

Steven Savile Glass Town

It’s always irritating when an author is clearly inspired by the work of another writer, but refuses to admit it. Thankfully, that’s not the approach that writer Steve Savile took when he did the following email interview about his admittedly ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Stars Are Legion Author Kameron Hurley

Kameron Hurley The Stars Are Legion

Lately it seems like every science fiction novel isn’t a self-contained story, but is instead part of a larger saga. But in trading emails with sci-fi writer Kameron Hurley about her novel The Stars Are Legion — which is newly ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Above The Timberline Author & Artist Gregory Manchess

There are graphic novels, and there are illustrated novels, and there are also novels that have some illustrations. But in his first novel Above The Timberline (hardcover, Kindle), writer and artist Gregory Manchess takes a different approach ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Shadow Sun Seven Author Spencer Ellsworth

Spencer Ellsworth Starfire A Red Peace Shadow Sun Seven Memorys Blade

With Shadow Sun Seven (paperback, Kindle), science fiction writer Spencer Ellsworth, continues the Starfire trilogy he began earlier this year with A Red Peace, and will conclude February 27th with Memory’s Blade. But in talking ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Earthling Author James Longenbach

Utter the word “earthling,” and you conjure images of aliens who want to be taken to our leader. Or, you think of the David Bowie album. But in talking to writer James Longenbach about his new poetry collection, Earthling ( ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Communication Failure Author Joe Zieja

Joe Zieja The Epic Failure Trilogy Mechanical Failure Communication Failure

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