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Mike Resnick, Kate Corcino, and Beth Cato talks about Decision Points

Decision Points front final In this third second round of interviews, Bryan sat down to talk to Mike Resnick, Kate Corcino, and Beth Cato about their contributions to Decision Points. This week, Hugo-nominated editor Bryan Thomas Schmidt’s first Young Adult anthology, Decision Points debuted from WordFire Press. A collection...
   

Todd Lockwood Interview

Art by Todd Lockwood Todd Lockwood, painter, artist, and creator of many draconic images for book covers has just released his first book in the Evertide series, The Summer Dragon. Recently also reviewed here at SFFWorld by Rob Bedford.   Art by Todd Lockwood Welcome to SFFWorld Todd, many thanks for giving us some...

Robert J. Sawyer, Jennifer Brozek, and Jody Lynn Nye talks about Decision Points

Decision Points front final Decision Points is a new anthology edited by Bryan Thomas Schmidt. In this second round of interviews, Bryan sat down to talk to Robert J. Sawyer, Jennifer Brozek, and Jody Lynn Nye about their contributions. This week, Hugo-nominated editor’s first Young Adult anthology, Decision Points debuted...
   

Interview with James Lovegrove, author of the Dev Harmer Mission series

worldofwater As World of Water, the second book in James Lovegrove’s Dev Harmer Mission series has been released we have had the chance to catch up with him and talk a bit about the series and what lies ahead. Welcome to SFFWorld James, many thanks for giving us some time here. In your own words, who is James...

Interview with Andrew Bannister

AndrewB We’re very pleased to be interviewing Andrew Bannister, author of SF Space Opera novel, Creation Machine. Here we discuss the debut novel, Andrew’s influences and future projects.   SFFWorld: Hello, Andrew! Welcome to SFFWorld. Many thanks for doing this. My pleasure – thanks for...
   

Kevin J. Anderson, Alethea Kontis, and Jonathan Maberry talks about Decision Points

Decision Points front final Decision Points is a new anthology edited by Bryan Thomas Schmidt. Bryan sat down to interview his authors about their contributions. Here are the first three interviews featuring: Kevin  J. Anderson, Alethea Kontis, and Jonathan Maberry. This week, Hugo-nominated editor’s first Young Adult anthology,...

Interview with Serengeti author J.B. Rockwell

serengeti Welcome to SFFWorld, many thanks for giving us some time here. In your own words, who is J.B. Rockwell? In four words: Wee woman from Connecticut. Okay, so that doesn’t tell you much. I’ll skip the stuff about Guam and SCUBA diving and archaeology and other blah-blah-blah anyone can read in my bio...
   

Interview with David Estes

davidestes David has written more than 20 YA and Children’s science fiction and fantasy books and has just released his latest book STRINGS. More information about David can also be found at his website. We recently did a “slow interview” in our discussion forum and here it is. In your own words, who...

Interview with Wolf in the Attic author Paul Kearney

wolfintheattic Considered one of the truly gifted epic fantasy writers of our time, Paul Kearney has been captivating readers with his prose from his first book The Way to Babylon (1992) and is already doing the same with his latest offering, The Wolf in the Attic. Find out more about this amazing author below! Paul...
   

Interview with Tim C. Taylor author of The Human Legion series

marine_cadet Tim C. Taylor is the author behind the Human Legion series. We’ve talked to him about the series and his collaboration with other British Military Science Fiction authors. Welcome to SFFWorld Tim, many thanks for giving us some time here. In your own words, who is Tim C. Taylor? I’m a lifelong fan...

David Tallerman Interview

The Sign in the Moonlight Tallerman DigitalFiction Anyone who’s read David Tallerman’s work will tell you he knows his stuff when it comes to writing a story. Let’s face it – with his stories appearing in Clarkesworld, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Lightspeed Magazine and more, there’s no reason not to expect great things from this collection published...
   

Interview with Destroyermen author Taylor Anderson

9780451470638 Taylor Anderson is a man with many titles, but the title I’m most interested in today is “alternate historian”. He is the author of the long-running series, Destroyermen, and I got a chance to talk with about his newest entry in the series, Blood in the Water, along with working...

Interview with Admiral author Sean Danker

admiral Admiral by Sean Danker is being released tomorrow and it definitely had me turning the pages from start to finish. Four military personnel wake up on a dying ship on a strange planet with no idea of how they got there. One man is identified as an admiral of the Evagardian Empire – but he has no...
   

Interview with The Star-Touched Queen author Roshani Chokshi

RoshaniChokshi Welcome to SFFWorld, Roshani. Many thanks for giving us some time here. In your own words, who is Roshani Chokshi? Thank you for having me! As for this question, I’ve been pondering it for 25 years. I am…shorter than you expect, less funny than I think I am and eternally eager to listen to other...

Matthew De Abaitua on “The Destructives” and more

TheDestructives-144dpi After graduating with an MA in Creative Writing in the 1990s, Matthew De Abaitua served as amanuensis — a role occupying a grey area somewhere between personal assistant and volunteer slave — for the unconventional British novelist/journalist/political commentator Will Self in a remote cottage...
   

Fight Like a Girl Interview- Part Two

Fight-Like-A-Girl The authoresses of Fight Like A Girl return! The first part can be found here. They couldn’t all answer at once so we just had to allow everyone a chance to have their say… Going back to the theme of the Fight Like A Girl Anthology, Is it a matter of proving to the masses women are just as...

Interview with Sleeping Giants author Sylvain Neuvel

SYLVAIN_neuvel I dislike book hype. Just like movie trailers, book hype can reveal all the good bits, making it a little pointless to read the thing itself. At first glance The Sleeping Giants digital cover doesn’t give us much to go on, intriguing as it is. The hardcopy cover does play on the plot though. And…...
   

Christopher Nuttall Interview

empireatwar Christopher Nuttall’s Their Darkest Hour has just been released as part of the Empire at War collection where four British Science Fiction authors have joined forces to show the world that British Military Science Fiction is a force to be reckoned with.   Many thanks for giving us some time...

Fight Like a Girl Interview – Part One

Fight-Like-A-Girl All right, how many times have we heard the call for more female representation in the speculative fiction industry? Or even believable female characters? Not just any old girl will do. Nope, the demand is for agency, realism, strength. Some, I don’t doubt, are tired of hearing it. Then there’s that...
   

Interview with Alan Smale

eagle in exile Alan Smale is an up and coming name in alternate history. His short story “A Clash of Eagles” won the 2010 Sidewise Award for Alternate History and was later expanded into a full-length novel titled: Clash of Eagles. Its sequel, Eagle in Exile, just came out recently and I had the opportunity...
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