Exclusive Interview: “Brothers Of The Wind” Author Tad Williams

 

Just as J.R.R. Tolkien had Middle-earth, George R.R. Martin has Westeros, and R.A. Salvatore has Corona, so too does fantasy writer Tad Williams have a realm to call his own: Osten Ard, the fictional land where he’s set such ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Gears Of War: Ephyra Rising” Author Michael A. Stackpole

 

Having explored the time before the first game (Karen Traviss’ Aspho Fields and The Slab), the time between the second and third (Traviss’ Jacinto’s Remnant, Anvil Gate, and Coalition’s End), after the fourth game (Jason ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Alien Hostiles” Author Ian Douglas

 

While the current crop of conspiracy theories are ridiculous at best and infuriating at worst, some of the oldies are still goodies. Especially when they get co-opted by science fiction writers for their own purposes [insert evil laugh here]. ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “The Undertakers” Author Nicole Glover

 

With The Undertakers (paperback, Kindle, audiobook), writer Nicole Glover is continuing the magical adventures of Hetty and Benjy, paranormal investigators during the Reconstruction era who got their start in Glover’s previous historical fantasy novel, The ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Field Notes From A Nightmare” Editor Alex Ebenstein

 

Though it wasn’t unexplored territory before, there’s been such an uptick in environmental fiction the last decade that it now has its own short-hand: cli-fi. Though usually that term refers to stories of a science fiction nature. So, what ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Devilish & Divine” Co-Editor John L. French

 

There’s a reason why people making big decisions in cartoons often have tiny angelic and demonic versions of themselves appear on their shoulders, whispering conflicting advice in their ears. But it’s not just cartoons that have explored the dichotomy ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Star Trek: Coda, Book III: Oblivion’s Gate” Author David Mack

 

With Star Trek: Coda, Book III: Oblivion’s Gate (paperback, Kindle, audiobook), writer David Mack is ending the Coda trilogy that launched in September with Book I: Moments Asunder and continued in October with Book II: The ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Death Fugue” Author Sheng Keyi

 

Like such protests as the 1965 “Bloody Sunday” march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge and the Stonewall Riots of 1969, the violence inflicted during the Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989 continues to resonate, often in rather interesting ways. Which ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Bloody Hel” Writer / Artist Clayton McCormack

 

The idea of mixing fantasy and history is not new. Mike Mignola’s Hellboy and B.P.R.D. comics have been doing it for years, as have the Wolfenstein games, and David Mack’s Dark Arts novels did it as well. But unless ...CONTINUE

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