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The Muse of Research: Interview with Aliette de Bodard

In the last few years, Aliette de Bodard has become one of my favorite science fiction and fantasy writers. Her settings are impeccably realized, from an AU Aztec Empire where the magic works as advertised (the… 883 more words


NaNoWriMo 2015: Week Three Check In

November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), during which writers all around the world take on the challenge of penning 50,000 words in 30 days. As a first time NaNo (as we call ourselves), I was eager to learn how other writers tackle the task, so I put the call out and found… 2,584 more words


Launching The Human Script in paperback!

We were delighted when exciting new literary website BookSmoke named The Human Script by Johnny Rich as their book of the year and even more delighted when they approached us about cohosting an event in London to launch the paperback edition. 161 more words


An Interview with Author John Vaillant, Writer of of The Tiger, The Golden Spruce, and The Jaguar's Children: Conducted for the Malahat Review in 2012

In 2012, I was contacted by a friend who then worked for the Malahat Review. She said she thought I was a big fan of John Vaillant. 2,517 more words

Writer Interview-J.C. McKenzie

Tell me about your latest book.

Carpe Demon is the third installment of my urban fantasy Carus Series. It continues to follow the journey of badass Shifter, Andy McNeilly as she navigates the supernatural underworld of Vancouver and her tumultuous love life. 310 more words

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'Write Something True': After Nyne Meets...Author Hayley Webster

Hayley Webster was born in 1977 and grew up in Hampshire and Berkshire. Her first home was a mobile home in the grounds of the boys’ care home her father worked at. 2,025 more words

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Reviewer Q & A: Grab the Lapels

As evidenced by results from the VIDA Count, the Stella Count and recent experiments, such as this one conducted by Catherine Nichols, sexism remains alive and well in the publishing industry. 2,007 more words