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Interview with Pippa Jay

Keir's Fall There are some ladies in this world who simply refuse to accept the confining box in which people insist on trying to place them. Pippa Jay hasn’t been one to sit quietly in a corner and wait her turn. With three novels, numerous short stories and even a novella or two to her name, Pippa defends her...
   

Marc Turner Interview by Shellie Horst

marc_turner Despite his best attempts to hide in a corner at a recent BFA and BSFA Pubmeet, Marc Turner’s When the Heavens Fall is far from shy and retiring. “Gritty” and “Grimdark” have been used to describe his first novel, but I like more than grit in my Grimdark, (oi, keep it clean!) and When the Heavens...

Jonathan Strahan Interview

meeting_infinity We have had the pleasure of talking to multi-award winning editor Jonathan Strahan about his latest anthology, Meeting Infinity. The latest anthology in the critically acclaimed Infinity series. Meeting Infinity is the fourth anthology in this series. Can you tell us a bit about it and what you see as...
   

Megan E O’Keefe Interview

th_b_Okeefe_StealTheSky Today we interview Megan E. O’Keefe, a new and promising genre author. Her newly published book, Steal the Sky, is available through Angry Robot Books and was recently reviewed (favorably) by Rob Bedford. Megan E. O’Keefe lives in the Bay Area of California and makes soap for a living. (It’s...

Jonathan Green Interview

paxbritannia The Ulysses Quicksilver Omnibus Volume Two, featuring three of Jonathan Green’s Pax Britannia stories has just been released.   First of all for those not familiar with your Pax Britannia series can you tell us a bit about it? The Pax Britannia stories take place towards the end of an alternate...
   

Bryan Thomas Schmidt Interview

? ? Bryan Thomas Schmidt is a Hugo-nominated editor and author of adult and children’s science fiction and fantasy including The Worker Prince and the new anthology MISSION: TOMORROW.   A boy on quest to rediscover himself at the same time as he has to face dilemmas of loyalty and moral. Can you...

David Perlmutter Interview

IMG_6686 (800x533) We have talked to lifelong animation fan and freelance writer David Perlmutter.  He has published short fiction in a variety of genres for various magazines and anthologies, as well as essays on his favorite topics for similar publishers.   First of all tell us a bit about your short stories,...
   

Peter McLean Interview

Drake_144dpi Today SFFWorld.com interviews Peter McLean, an SFFWorld.com forum member and contributor to our first anthology. His newly published book, Drake, is available through Angry Robot Books. Peter McLean was born near London in 1972, the son of a bank manager and an English teacher. He went to school in...

James A. Moore Interview

CityOfWonders-144dpi Today SFFWorld.com interviews James A. Moore. The third book of his Seven Forges series, City of Wonders, is available through Angry Robot Books. James A Moore is the author of over twenty novels, including the critically acclaimed Fireworks, Under The Overtree, Blood Red, Deeper, the Serenity Falls...
   

Patrick S. Tomlinson Interview

TheArk-144dpi1 Today SFFWorld.com interviews Patrick S. Tomlinson. His newly published book, The Ark, is available through Angry Robot Books. Patrick S. Tomlinson is the son of an ex-hippie psychologist and an ex-cowboy electrician. He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a menagerie of houseplants in varying levels...

Oisín McGann Interview

wisdomofdeadmen We have talked to Oisín McGann as The Wisdom of Dead Men, the second book in his Wildenstern Saga is being released.   For the benefit of those not familiar with Ancient Appetites, the first book in your The Wildenstern Saga, can you tell us a bit about it? It’s a story set in nineteenth century...
   

J.M. Frey Interview

jm_frey First of all can you tell us a bit about The Untold Tale? The Untold Tale follows Pip, who is pulled against her will into the epic fantasy novel series she’s loved since she was a teenager. However, the world is darker, and far more dangerous than she could have ever predicted, especially when it...

Mike Resnick Interview

ThePrisoninAntares The Prison in Antares is the second installment in five-time Hugo award-winning author Mike Resnick’s new military space opera series. We have talked to him about the new release.   The Prison in Antares, the second book in your Dead Enders series is soon to be released. Can you tell us a bit...
   

Joseph Wallace Interview

image001 Slavemakers is the follow up to Joseph Wallace’s post-apocalyptic thriller Invasive Species. We have talked to him about the new book.   For the benefit of those not familiar with the first book, can you tell us a bit about Invasive Species? I decided to give myself a challenge in Invasive...

Interview with Ken Liu, Lauren Beukes and Tobias S. Buckell

ecotones The three previous SFFWorld.com anthologies have been fortunate to gain the generous support of a selection of established authors, whose presence in each collection provides us with an invaluable boost to our profile. This year, we’re more than delighted to boast Lauren Beukes, Tobias S. Buckell...
   

Michelle Hauck Interview

michelle_h (2) “A world of chivalry and witchcraft…”, Michelle Hauck’s new book Grudging is being released by Harper Voyager Impluse today.   First of all can you tell us a bit about Grudging? Ramiro only wants to impress his older brother, also the captain of his military squad, and earn...

Interview with Stephen Aryan

stephen-aryan Stephen Aryan’s debut fantasy novel, Battlemage (review), hit the shelves this past September. He kindly took some time out to talk to me about the novel, plus a few other things. Read on… MC – Steve, thanks for taking to time to speak to us at SFFWorld about your debut novel, Battlemage....
   

Matt Hill Interview and cover reveal for Graft

Graft_UK_144dpi We’re happy to be able to reveal the UK cover of Matt Hill’s new novel Graft, due to be released in February by Angry Robot Books. We’ve also had the pleasure of talking to Matt about the release and the cover designed by John Coulthart.   “A nightmarish trans-dimensional...

Paul Meloy Interview

The Night Clock - COVER Paul Meloy’s The Night Clock has just been released in the UK and is due to be released in the US tomorrow. We have talked to him about the new book.   First of all can you tell us a bit about your new book, The Night Clock? It’s about a psychiatric nurse who suffers a run of catastrophic...
   

Dave Hutchinson Interview

europeatmidnight Hello, Dave! Welcome to SFFWorld. Many thanks for doing this.   We’re speaking as Europe at Midnight is being published in paperback in the UK. Can you tell us a little about it? Europe at Midnight is a companion to my earlier novel Europe in Autumn. It’s not a formal sequel to the first book,...
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