Exclusive Interview: “Primeval Fire” Author C.T. Rwizi

 

With Primeval Fire (hardcover, paperback, Kindle, audiobook), writer C.T. Rwizi is concluding the science fantasy trilogy he began in 2020 with Scarlet Odyssey and continued a year later with Requiem Moon. In the ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “The Blood Trials” Author N.E. Davenport

 

Like some of the best sci-fi and fantasy writing, N.E. Davenport’s science fantasy novel The Blood Trials (hardcover, Kindle, audiobook) is as much about our world as it about the Republic in which it’s set. ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Sword & Planet” Editor Christopher Ruocchio

 

While the Dune novels and Star Wars saga are clearly as entrenched in the genres of science fiction and space opera as the Foundation novels and the Star Trek saga, there are also fantastical and spiritual elements to those ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “In The Watchful City” Author S. Qiouyi Lu

 

While some short story collections have a theme or framing device that loosely ties them together — see Ray Bradbury’s The Illustrated Man — S. Qiouyi Lu’s new novella, In The Watchful City (paperback, Kindle, audiobook ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Requiem Moon Author C.T. Rwizi

 

With Requiem Moon (hardcoverpaperback, Kindle, audiobook) writer C.T. Rwizi is continuing the science fantasy saga he started in 2020 with Scarlet Odyssey. But as he explains in the following email interview, this ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Threader Origins Author Gerald Brandt

 

No matter how smart we may be, we can’t always predict the outcome of our actions, especially ones that are complex. But in his new science fantasy novel Threader Origins (hardcover, Kindle, audiobook), writer Gerald ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “The Constant Rabbit” Author Jasper Fforde

 

When most of us think of rabbits, we picture something cute and cuddly and fluffy and oh my god, he’s holding that carrot like he’s people…. But in his new allegorical / satirical science fantasy novel The Constant Rabbit ...CONTINUE

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Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Review

 

Forty-two years after the image of a Star Destroyer flying overhead blew my nine-year-old mind, the Star Wars saga is finally coming to an end. Again. But not really. But while Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker may not ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Mage Against The Machine Author Shaun Barger

By calling his science fantasy novel Mage Against The Machine (hardcover, Kindle), writer Shaun Barger is practically begging for people to make snide comments or jokes about how many songs Led Zeppelin wrote about The Lord Of ...CONTINUE

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