Exclusive Interview: “The Strange Thing We Become” Author Eric LaRocca

 

It’s October, and that means it’s time to read some scary stories (though, really, when is it not?). But while writer Eric LaRocca says the ones in his short story collection The Strange Thing We Become And Other Dark ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “The Art Of Space Travel” Author Nina Allan

 

Though it’s her fifth collection of short stories, Nina Allan says The Art Of Space Travel And Other Stories (paperback, Kindle) may the best one to get a sense of her sci-fi writing. In the following ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Attrib. And Other Stories” Author Eley Williams

 

The New Yorker is known as much for its literary content as it is for its cartoons. And with them running only four mini reviews every issue, you know a book must be special to be included. Though what ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Written In Light” Author Jeff Young

 

If a writer cites Monty Python And The Holy Grail as having influenced one of their stories, you’d probably expect that story to be something in the historical or fantastical realms. But in the following email interview about his ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Reconstruction Author Alaya Dawn Johnson

 

While some short story writers find a genre or subgenre they like and stick to it, sci-fi and speculative fiction author Alaya Dawn Johnson has, by her own admission, “…played a lot with genre over the years.” Though that’s ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Folk Songs For Trauma Surgeons Author Keith Rosson

 

Despite what the title suggests, the tales in Keith Rosson’s new short story collection Folk Songs For Trauma Surgeons (paperback, Kindle) are not musical musings for doctors who perform emergency surgeries. Though as he explains in ...CONTINUE

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