Exclusive Interview: Brother Red Author Adrian Selby

 

Looking at his pre-writing career as a producer on such video games as Burnout Paradise, Black, and Split/Second, you might expect Adrian Selby’s novels to be all about fast cars and faster trigger fingers. Instead, he’s ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: When The Moon Shines Author John L. French

 

The term “cryptid” refers to a creature that people believe are real, even though there’s no proof that they do. But while Bigfoot and The Loch Ness Monster are two of the more famous cryptids, they’re not the only ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Hall Of Smoke Author H.M. Long

 

In real life, it’s important to know when to take a stand. But sometimes it’s just as important to know when to stop taking that stand. Such is the position that we find Hessa in H.M. Long’s new epic ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Cryptid Crate CEO Matt Gorton & COO Mike Oreszczyn

 

Though there’s no proof they exist, people still love — and believe in — The Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, and other creatures known as cryptids. So much so that these urban legends have become cottage industries. But now you ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Doors Of Sleep Author Tim Pratt

 

Between Rick And Morty, Star Trek: Discovery, and everyone joking that we’re living in the bad timeline, stories about multiverses are all the rage. But jumping from one to another may not be as fun as Rick ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Threader Origins Author Gerald Brandt

 

No matter how smart we may be, we can’t always predict the outcome of our actions, especially ones that are complex. But in his new science fantasy novel Threader Origins (hardcover, Kindle, audiobook), writer Gerald ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Persephone Station Author Stina Leicht

 

Stina Leicht isn’t the first writer to combine Westerns with science fiction. Or the first to gender flip a familiar story. Or the first to rework Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 samurai classic Seven Samurai into something new. But she might ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Domesticating Dragons Author Dan Koboldt

 

In the original Planet Of The Apes movies, simians were originally domesticated to be pets because dogs and cats had gone extinct. But then, of course, they realized the monkeys, etc., could be used as slave labor, and the ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Frozen Orbit Author Patrick Chiles

 

Space…the final frontier. But what if it’s like the frontier that became the United States, one that had already been discovered by the time we got there. This is the premise behind Patrick Chiles’ hard sci-fi space exploration novel ...CONTINUE

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