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: “The Bruising Of Qilwa” Author Naseem Jamnia

 

In their new fantasy novella The Bruising Of Qilwa (paperback, Kindle), writer Naseem Jamnia introduces us to the queernormative, Persian-inspired secondary world of Firuz-e Jafari, a nonbinary refugee healer. But as they explain in the following ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “The Middling Affliction” Author Alex Shvartsman

 

Most stories set in New York City happen in Manhattan. But there are four other boroughs in Big Apple, each with their own stories to tell. Which is where we find Alex Shvartsman’s new urban fantasy novel The Middling ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Harbinger” Author Wen Spencer

 

They say no good deed goes unpunished. Just look at Tinker, the main character in Wen Spencer’s urban fantasy series of the same name, who saved an elf’s life, and ended up in the middle of something for ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Suicide Kings” Author Stephen Blackmoore

 

For those keeping score at home, Stephen Blackmoore’s new novel Suicide Kings (paperback, Kindle) is the seventh book in his ongoing series of urban fantasy stories about L.A.-based necromancer Eric Carter. But as he explains in ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Comeuppance Served Cold” Author Marion Deeds

 

Seven years ago, when I interviewed writer Adam Christopher about his noir science fiction novel Made To Kill, he said it was his attempt to write what he imagined iconic noir author Raymond Chandler would come up with ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Kundo Wakes Up” Author Saad Z. Hossain

 

Usually when we think of djinn, we think of fantasy tales. And usually when we think of AI overlords, we think of cyberpunk sci-fi. But one day, not so long from now, when we think of stories involving djinn ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “The Quarter Storm” Veronica G. Henry

 

As anyone who’s read any non-fiction books about it, Vodou in the real world isn’t like it is in the movies. It’s this stark difference — as well as other things — that prompted author Veronica G. Henry to ...CONTINUE

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