Exclusive Interview: Road Seven Author Keith Rosson

 

These are serious times. And in serious times, it’s important to take things seriously. Well, when they’re things that should be taken seriously, that is. When it’s a book about unicorns and aliens, well… In the following email interview, ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Kimber Author L.K. Hingey

 

It’s been said that the Chinese word for “crisis” is also the word for “opportunity.” It’s not, but it’s still a nice idea. Especially if the crisis is a medical one and the opportunity is writing a series of ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Vanished Seas Author Catherine Asaro

 

Twenty-five years ago, science fiction writer Catherine Asaro kicked off her Saga Of The Skolian Empire with the 1995 novel Primary Inversion. But for the last six she’s been telling some mysterious tales from that fictional universe with ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Kill Orbit Author Joel Dane

 

With Kill Orbit (Kindle, audiobook), writer Joel Dane is concluding the Cry Pilot military science fiction trilogy he began in 2019 with Cry Pilot and continued a few months ago with Burn Cycle. In the ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Red Dust Author Yoss

 

Originally published in 2003, under the name Polvo, Yoss’ comedic sci-fi noir detective novel Red Dust (paperback, Kindle) is finally coming to the English-speaking part of the world, courtesy of Restless Books. In the following ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Patient Author Jasper DeWitt

 

A few years ago, writer Jasper DeWitt posted a horror story called “The Patient Who Nearly Drove Me Out Of Medicine” on the reddit subreddit NoSleep. But as he reveals in the following email interview, when it came time ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: In The Palace Of Shadow And Joy Author D.J. Butler

 

On the surface, D.J. Butler’s new novel In The Palace Of Shadow And Joy (paperback, Kindle) looks like a Conan-esque adventure story, and sounds like an epic fantasy tale. But as he explains in the following ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Attic Tragedy Author J. Ashley-Smith

 

Many ghost stories are tales that have been passed down: from older brothers to younger sisters, from fathers to sons…. And many of the Greek tragedies have shared similar trajectories: from storyteller to apprentice, from college professor to student…. ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Scarlet Odyssey Author C.T. Rwizi

 

Often when writers blend science fiction and fantasy, it’s by adding elements of the latter into the former, like how Star Wars infused its space opera story with swords and magic. But in his debut novel, Scarlet Odyssey ( ...CONTINUE

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