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 Nine Author Tracy Townsend

Tracy Townsend The Nine Thieves Of Fate Book One

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: Gluttony Bay Author Matt Wallace

While many urban fantasy novels are centered around the local wizards and the magical creatures, most don’t concern themselves with the support staff, the working people who make life possible, let alone pleasurable, for the magical folk. But in his ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Overneath Author Peter S Beagle

Peter S Beagle Peter Beagle The Overneath

When it comes to writers who’ve written numerous novels and stories, it can difficult, even daunting to know where to start. But it’s been my experience that it sometimes helps to begin with one of their short story collections. Which ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Dinosaur Princess Author Victor Milan

Like every writer, Victor Milan — the author of the The Ballad Of Karyl’s Last Ride trilogy — has been influenced by other writers. But in doing the following email interview with Milan about the recently published third book in ...CONTINUE

Exclusive Interview: The Lairdbalor Author Kathleen Kaufman

While a lot of great art has been born of tragedy, just the threat of danger can be a catalyst as well. Take Kathleen Kaufman’s new fantasy novel The Lairdbalor (hardcover, paperback, digital), which was inspired ...CONTINUE