Exclusive Interview: The Massacre Of Mankind Author Stephen Baxter

Stephen Baxter The War Of The Worlds The Massacre Of Mankind

Since its publication in 1898, H.G. Wells’ classic alien invasion novel The War Of The Worlds has inspired countless adaptations, homages, and imitations…but never a continuation. Well, not an official one, that is. But with the blessing of The H.G. ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Wicked Like A Wildfire Author Lana Popovic

Lana Popovic Wicked Like A Wildfire

While Lana Popovic’s Wicked Like A Wildfire (hardcover, digital) may be found in the “young adult” section of your local bookstore, in talking to her about this new novel, the first of a two-part fantasy series, she ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Lamb Will Slaughter The Lion Author Margaret Killjoy

When promoting a novel, publishers sometimes describe them in ways that don’t align with how the author sees their story. But while writer Margaret Killjoy fully embraces how Tor called her new novella The Lamb Will Slaughter The Lion ( ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: Gone To Dust Author Matt Goldman

There are two kinds of people in the world: those who’ve broken the bag from a vacuum cleaner and gotten dirt everywhere, and those who live in fear of doing just that. But while a certain someone in Matt Goldman’s ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: How To Behave In A Crowd Author Camille Bordas

Camille Bordas How To Behave In A Crowd

Writer Camille Bordas first caught my attention when I read her impressive short story “Most Die Young” in the January 2, 2017 issue of The New Yorker. But in talking to her about her new novel, How ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Death And Life Of Schneider Wrack Author Nate Crowley

Nate Crowley The Death And Life Of Schneider Wrack

In some zombie stories, the living try to use the undead as a workforce. Though usually just as protection, as an early warning system, or as an army. But in his new novel The Death And Life Of Schneider Wrack ...CONTINUE