Monstre: Volume One Author Duncan Swan

 

Events in life don’t always have neat and tidy endings. So why do so many stories wrap up with a nice little bow? It’s a question Duncan Swan pondered while writing his dystopian, post-apocalyptic sci-fi novel Monstre. In ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Invisible Author Seb Doubinsky

 

In the novels that comprise his City-States series, writer Seb Doubinsky has portrayed life in a dystopian world that, more often than we might like to admit, isn’t that far off from our own. In the following email interview, ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Bridge 108 Author Anne Charnock

 

Second books in a series often fall into one of two chronological places: a sequel or a prequel. But in the following email interview about her new socially- and environmentally-relevant dystopian sci-fi novel Bridge 108 (hardcover, Kindle ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Book Of Flora Author Meg Elison

With The Book Of Flora (paperback, Kindle), writer Meg Elison is bringing her dystopian sci-fi reproductive futurist trilogy The Road To Nowhere to a close. But in the following email interview, she explains that while you can ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Vigilance Author Robert Jackson Bennett

After writing the three novels in his fantasy series the Divine Cities trilogy, writer Robert Jackson Bennett switched things up by combining urban fantasy and cyberpunk for Foundryside, the first book in his Founders trilogy. Now he’s changing things ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Completionist Author Siobhan Adcock

While the current political climate has been both good and bad for women (and the men who support them), it’s been oddly great for fans of female-centric science fiction (and the people who write it). Which is where we find ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: A Theory Of Bastards Author Audrey Schulman

In her new novel A Theory Of Bastards (paperback, Kindle), writer Audrey Schulman takes us to the not-so-distant future, where a group of scientists and some bonobo monkeys who were previously working together on a science project, ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Dayfall Author Michael David Ares

Not getting enough sunlight can have adverse effects on a person’s psyche. It’s something writer Michael David Ares explores — and takes to the extreme — in his new dystopian thriller Dayfall (hardcover, Kindle). Though in talking ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Tropic Of Kansas Author Christopher Brown

In the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election, sales of such dystopian novels as Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and George Orwell’s 1984 spiked. Though if you’ve already read them, but still need something dark to sooth your soul, I ...CONTINUE

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