Exclusive Interview: The Somebody People Author Bob Proehl

 

As Lord Acton so smartly said, “Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely.” But what if that power is super? It’s what’s explored in Bob Proehl’s new sci-fi novel The Somebody People (paperback, Kindle, audiobook ...CONTINUE

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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: Second Chance Angel Authors Griffin Barber & Kacey Ezell

 

In many noir science fiction stories, the “noir” part is largely limited to how the world is described. But in their noir sci-fi novel Second Chance Angel (hardcover, Kindle, audiobook), co-authors Griffin Barber and Kacey ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Sentient Author Nadia Afifi

 

If fiction is to be believed, cloning always goes badly. Always. But what if — and stay with me here — what if it didn’t? In the following email interview about her near-future science fiction novel The Sentient ( ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Architects Of Memory Author Karen Osborne

 

Some people are inspired to write when their heart gets broken. But in the following email interview with writer Karen Osborne about her sci-fi space opera novel Architects Of Memory (paperback, Kindle, audiobook) — the ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Fearless Author Allen Stroud

 

As the current Chair of the British Science Fiction Association, you’d expect science fiction writer Allen Stroud to cite his fellow Brits when listing his influences. But in the following email interview about his sci-fi space opera novel Fearless ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Phlebotomist Author Chris Panatier

 

Usually when a science fiction story revolves around blood it’s because there’s cloning or some terrible disease or space vampires. But in Chris Panatier’s medical sci-fi story The Phlebotomist (paperback, Kindle, audiobook), blood has become ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Set My Heart To Five Author Simon Stephenson

 

There’s no denying that movies (and TV shows, and books…) can be a big influence on how we view people who are different from us. It’s why Jared, the robot dentist in writer Simon Stephenson’s new comedic and speculative ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Making Of Aliens Writer J.W. Rinzler

 

Unless you really want to make movies yourself, going to film school is expensive, time consuming, and, at times, rather technical. But in his numerous making-of books, writer J.W. Rinzler has made it sound like making movies is, well, ...CONTINUE

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