Exclusive Interview: “Drunk On All Your Strange New Words” Author Eddie Robson

 

In science fiction, communication between alien races often comes courtesy of a universal translator, which instantly converts one person’s language into another’s. But what if communication has certain unintended consequences…like, say, getting the recipient drunk? Handy for parties; a ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Our Colors” Writer / Artist Gengoroh Tagame

 

When we get older, we are often asked — and ask ourselves — what we would say to our younger selves if we could. But writer / artist Gengoroh Tagame has taken this thought experiment one step further with ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Daughter Of Redwinter” Author Ed McDonald

 

With Daughter Of Redwinter (hardcover, Kindle, audiobook), writer Ed McDonald is kicking off a new epic fantasy series called The Redwinter Chronicles. In the following email interview, he explains what inspired and influenced this ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “What Rough Beast” Author Michael R. Johnston

 

With What Rough Beast (hardcover, paperback, Kindle), writer Michael R. Johnston is concluding The Remembrance War trilogy he launched in 2019 with The Widening Gyre and continued in 2020 with The Blood-Dimmed Tide. In ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Twilight Imperium: The Veiled Masters” Author Tim Pratt

 

With The Veiled Masters (paperback, Kindle), author Tim Pratt is once again exploring and expanding the sci-fi space opera universe of the tabletop strategy game Twilight Imperium he previously visited in his novels The Fractured Void ...CONTINUE

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“Aquaman: King Of Atlantis” DVD Review

 

For years, some comic book fans regarded Aquaman as a joke. Heck, there was a whole Robot Chicken DC Comics Special about it. But then they cast Game Of Thrones‘ Jason Mamoa to play the man from Atlantis, ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “The Best Of Edward M. Lerner” Author Edward M. Lerner

 

As anyone who’s read one of my previous author interviews will tell you, I always end by asking for a recommendation. And often the recommendation I’m asking for is from a writer’s own oeuvre. “If someone enjoys this new ...CONTINUE

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Matthew Shipp Trio’s “World Construct” Review

 

Like his frequent collaborator Ivo Perelman, jazz pianist Matthew Shipp is almost as known for being prolific as he is for being expressive and versatile. In fact, if the website Discogs is accurate, Shipp has appeared on nearly a ...CONTINUE

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