Exclusive Interview: “The Warrior” Author Stephen Aryan

 

The fantasy genre is full of ordinary people who step up and become heroes. But in his sword & sorcery fantasy novel The Coward, writer Stephen Aryan gave us an ordinary person who not only didn’t do anything ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “The Legend Of Sarah” Author Leslie Gadallah

 

A lot can happen in 34 years. Just ask writer Leslie Gadallah, the author of 1988’s post-apocalyptic adventure novel The Loremasters. Or better yet, ask writer Leslie Gadallah, the author of 2022’s post-apocalyptic adventure novel The Legend Of ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Tinderbox” Author W.A. Simpson

 

Usually when fantasy writers discuss their influences, they mention J.R.R. Tolkien, George R.R. Martin, R.A. Salvatore — y’know, the usual. But in the following email interview with writer W.A. Simpsons about her post-modern / second world high fantasy novel ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Squirrel Girl: Universe” Author Tristan Palmgren

 

In Marvel’s comics, movies, TV shows, and video games, some heroes are serious, and some are not so serious. And then there’s Squirrel Girl. Who, of course, has the powers of a…well, you know. And while she doesn’t have ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Rise Of Dracula” Writer Rich Davis

 

In the 125 years since Bram Stoker first published Dracula, a great many of his fellow writers have put their own unique spin on the character. But Rich Davis’ graphic novel Cult Of Dracula may be the first ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “I Never Liked You Anyway” Jordan Kurella

 

As anyone who’s had a good one will tell you, teachers change lives. It’s something I couldn’t help but think about as I did the following email interview with writer Jordan Kurella about I Never Liked You Anyway ( ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Devil’s Due” Author J.P. Jackson

 

When the show Lucifer premiered on Fox, some complained that the titular demon was too suave and good looking. As if Satan would try to seduce people to the dark side by looking like a fat slob on laundry ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Dune, The Graphic Novel, Book 2: Muad’Dib” Artists Patricia Martín & Raúl Allén

 

Frank Herbert’s sci-fi space opera novel Dune has been wildly influential since it was first released in 1965. And not just on other novels. Its influence has been felt in movies, video games, and, of course, comic books. So ...CONTINUE

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