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Jon Steele Interview

jon_steele The Way of Sorrows, the final installment of Jon Steele’s Angelus Trilogy is now being released. We have talked to him about the trilogy and his life behind the camera covering some of the worst conflict areas.   First of all for those not familiar with The Angelus Trilogy can you tell us a bit...
   

Robert Silverberg Interview

robert-silverberg SFFWorld is very pleased to speak to legendary SF and Fantasy writer Robert Silverberg. We talked about the re-release of old work, the process of writing, the importance of digital media in the 21st century and retirement.   Hello, Robert: many thanks for giving us some time here. Welcome to SFFWorld. We’re...

Timothy Zahn Interview

Timothy_Zahn Hello, Timothy: many thanks for giving us some time here. Welcome to SFFWorld. We’re writing these questions as Open Road Media are releasing more of your older work in the USA as e-books.   During the last few years you have had several older books released as e-books, how has the response...
   

Interview with Riftworld Chronicles director Jonathan Williams

riftworld2 David Paul Hellings talks to “Riftworld Chronicles” writer/director Jonathan Walters. @HellingsOnFilm   DPH: Hi, Jonathan. Thanks for taking time out to chat to us. Before we get around to talking about “Riftworld Chronicles”, I’d like to ask about your background. Were you always involved...

Tahmoh Penikett Interview

riftworld Based on the successful short fantasy film “The Portal”, Jonathan Williams’ eight part Canadian fantasy comedy web series “Riftworld Chronicles”, starring Tahmoh Penikett (“Battlestar Galactica”, “Continuum”, “Supernatural”) as the hapless wizard Alar of Caer Caladh, and Erin...
   

Amanda Panitch Interview

amanda_panich A dark young adult psychological thriller. We have talked to Amanda Panitch about her debut release, Damage Done.   First of all can you tell us a bit about your new novel, Damage Done without giving too much away? DAMAGE DONE revolves around Julia Vann, who’s living under a new identity...

Interview with Max Gladstone: Craft Sequence, Pathfinder, Covers, and More

th_b_gladstone_lastfirstsnow Cover by Chris McGrath Last First Snow is sequentially first and publicationally fourth. Why are you trying to confuse you readers, Max with such a chronology? Because I am a wicked, wicked man.  Also because readers are smart!  They know that you’re probably “supposed” to read books as they...
   

Gaie Sebold Interview

gaie_sebold We have talked to Gaie Sebold, author of the Steampunk novel Shanghai Sparrow.   First of all can you tell us a bit about your book, Shanghai Sparrow? It’s my first attempt at Steampunk. It’s on the grimy end – fewer pretty clothes and more grinding poverty, but it does have high adventure,...

Elisabeth Waters Interview

ladyofthetrillium Hello, Elisabeth: many thanks for giving us some time here. Welcome to SFFWorld.   Open Road Media are now releasing the whole Saga of the Trillium as e-books. Do you have any expectations now that the books are released in this new medium and potentially to a wider audience? I don’t have “expectations”...
   

Interview with Erin Karpluk

erin_karpluk Based on the successful short fantasy film “The Portal”, Jonathan Williams’ eight part Canadian fantasy comedy web series “Riftworld Chronicles”, starring Tahmoh Penikett (“Battlestar Galactica”, “Continuum”, “Supernatural”) as the hapless wizard Alar of Caer Caladh, and Erin...

David Hofmeyr Interview

Stone Rider We have talked to David Hofmeyr as his new book, Stone Rider has just been released.   First of all can you tell us a bit about your debut novel, Stone Rider? Stone Rider is The Hunger Games meets Mad Max. It’s the spaghetti westerns I loved as a kid. The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Once Upon a...
   

Michael Aronovitz Interview

michaelaronovitz We have talked to Michael Aronovitz as he releases his new book, The Witch of the Wood. First of all can you tell us a bit about your new novel, ‘The Witch of the Wood?’ ‘Witch’ is my experimental, apocalyptic, erotic thriller that questions religiosity as we know it and social relations between...

Allen Steele Interview

allen_steele Hello, Allen: many thanks for giving us some time here. Welcome to SFFWorld. We’re writing these questions as Open Road Media are releasing more of your older work in the USA as e-books. Of the current list just being released (Time Loves a Hero, Lunar Descent, Oceanspace and Clarke County, Space)....
   

Kristin McTiernan Interview

kristin_mctiernan “A privileged socialite, Isabella has spent her 27 years with wealth and status when her planned time travel is sabotaged, propelling her into the distant past.” We have talked to Kristin McTiernan about her new novel, Sunder. First of all can you tell us a bit about your new novel, Sunder? Yes....

Interview with Stephen Palmer

BIcoverart We recently had chance to interview Stephen Palmer, SF writer. We discussed Artificial Intelligence, influences and thoughts on writing.   Hello, Stephen. Many thanks for doing this. You’re welcome, thank you for asking me. Q: We’re speaking as Beautiful Intelligence, your ninth novel, is being...
   

George Zebrowski Interview

Zebrowski[1] Hello, George: many thanks for giving us some time here. Welcome to SFFWorld. I’m writing these questions as Open Road Media are releasing more of your older work in the USA as ebooks.   The latest to be released is In the Distance, and Ahead in Time, ten short stories including your first...

Ramez Naam Interview

ramez_naam   Ramez Naam is the author of More Than Human: Embracing the Promise of Biological Enhancement, and is also the recipient of the 2005 HG Wells Award for Contributions to Transhumanism, awarded by the World Transhumanist Association. We have talked to him about his Nexus series.   For those...
   

Julian May Interview

Black Trillium Hello, Julian: many thanks for giving us some time here. Welcome to SFFWorld. We’re writing these questions as Open Road Media are releasing some of your older work in the USA as e-books.  The republished series, the Trillium books, was a collaboration between yourself, Andre Norton and Marion...

Jeffrey Ford Interview

jeffrey_ford Hello, Jeffrey: many thanks for giving us some time here. Welcome to SFFWorld. We are writing these questions as Open Road Media are releasing some of your older work in the USA as e-books.   Of the current list now on sale (The Physiognomy, Memoranda, The Beyond, The Cosmology of the Wider World,...
   

Carrie Patel Interview

carrie_patel_400x500 The gaslight and shadows of the underground city of Recoletta hide secrets and lies.  Cities and Thrones, the second book in Carrie Patel’s Recoletta series is being released in July and we’ve had the pleasure to talk to her about it.   The Buried Life was released earlier this year....
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