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Paolo Bacigalupi Interview

I am writing following the release of your latest novel The Water Knife, which I was lucky enough to read and review for SFFWorld thanks to the kind people at Orbit. The Water Knife is a science fiction thriller set in a near future where climate change has resulted in water scarcity in the South-western US, and […]

 

N.E. White

As part of our SFFWorld.com’s Member Spotlight Series it’s time we turned it all around and talk to Nila who have spent all this time interviewing everyone else. What’s your SFFWorld.com’s forum alias and why did you pick it? It used to be tmso, but on the odd chance someone might be looking for me, […]

 

Andy Remic Interview

Hello, Andy: many thanks for giving us some time here. Welcome to SFFWorld.   The Dragon Engine, the first book in your new series is being released on September 1st. Can you tell us a bit about it? It’s about a group of Vagandrak heroes who get drunk and sign a contract to go on […]

 

Cecilia Dart Thornton Interview

Hi Cecilia, Thanks for giving us some time here at SFFWorld.  What are your expectations now that Open Road Media are releasing your Bitterbynde Trilogy as e-books in the US and Canada?  Hi Dag, and thank you for the opportunity to say hello to your readers! What do I expect? Well I *expect* that the […]

 

David Liss Interview

“A science fiction superfan finds himself on his very own space adventure when he’s randomly selected to join an alien confederacy”. We’ve talked to David Liss about his new novel, Randoms.   First of all can you tell us a bit about your new novel, Randoms? The premise behind this book is that there are […]

 

N.S. Dolkart Book Deal and Interview

We’re happy to join forces with Angry Robot in this announcement of a two book deal for N.S. Dolkart’s debut Silent Hall and second book Chariots of Laarna. Silent Hall is due for publication in June 2016. * * * * * * Scroll down for more details of the deal, but first our interview […]

 

Lucas Thorn

Hello Lucas, thank you for taking time to chat with me. This won’t be as violent as Nysta – and there’s no swearing. I hope that’s okay. Lucas: I am not an igloo. SFFWorld: I never said you were an igloo, did I? Anyway…what’s your SFFWorld.com’s forum alias and why did you pick it? Lucas: […]

 

Matthew Hughes Interview

Hi Matthew, Thanks for giving us some time here at SFFWorld.  Let’s start with your Archonate Universe in which you’ve written stories for almost fifteen years now. For those not familiar with it can you tell us a bit about it? It has kind of grown in the telling.  It started out as just Old […]

 

Kevin J. Anderson Interview

Many thanks for giving us some time here. Welcome to SFFWorld. We’re writing these questions as Clockwork Lives, the follow up to Clockwork Angels is soon to be released.   In many ways Clockwork Lives bring us on a journey which tells a greater story through other people’s stories. How did you come up with […]

 

Mark Chitty

As part of our SFFWorld.com’s Member Spotlight Series, Nila interviews Mark Chitty, long-time science fiction reader, blogger, and reviewer. Hello Mark, glad you could join us! Life is short, but feel free to settle in for a while. Mark: Not a problem – thanks for asking! SFFWorld: What’s your SFFWorld.com’s forum alias and why did […]

 

Nancy Collins Interview

A Dozen Black Roses, the fourth book in your Sonja Blue series has just been released as an eBook from Open Road Media. For those not familiar with the Sonja Blue series can you tell us a bit about it? In A Dozen Black Roses, my anti-hero, vampire/vampire slayer Sonja Blue, comes to an inner […]

 

Jake Bible Interview

“Millennia ago, planet Helios held a grand technological civilization. But the Cataclysm tore the land apart, and the survivors were forced to flee to the Six Stations, the artificial planetoids that orbited Helios. It did not take long for their society to devolve into a virtual medieval world, with barely enough technology to survive the […]

 

Nick Webb author of Constitution interviewed by Ralph Kern

Today, Nick Webb, author of the phenomenally successful Science Fiction novel, Constitution is interviewed by fellow author, Ralph Kern.   Hi, Nick. Firstly, congratulations on the awesome first few weeks of Constitution’s release. For those that might not know about the book, can you tell us a bit about it? Hi, Ralph! Thanks for the […]

 

Terence M. Green Interview

Hi Terence, Thanks for giving us some time here at SFFWorld. We’re writing this questions as Open Road Media are releasing some of your older works as ebooks.   First of all we have Sailing Time’s Ocean, a time travel thriller, but also a story with a deeper look into the past and possible futures. Can […]

 

Marc Alan Edelheit Interview

Romans, elves, dwarwes and bit magic. Marc Alan Edelheit is the author of the new military Fantasy, Stiger’s Tigers. If this sounds interesting yur should also check out our current Giveaway of Stiger’s Tigers.   First of all can you tell us a bit about your new novel, Stiger’s Tigers? A nobleman from an infamous family, imperial […]

 

Jon Steele Interview

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

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 writing these questions as […]

 

Timothy Zahn Interview

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 been and do you […]

 

Interview with Riftworld Chronicles director Jonathan Williams

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 with the creative arts? JW: I went to film school and […]

 

Tahmoh Penikett Interview

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 Karpluk (“Rookie Blue”, “Saving Hope”, “Being Erica”) as Kim, the journalist who slowly comes to believe that Alar may not actually be the […]

 

Amanda Panitch Interview

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 after her twin brother committed a horrific […]

 

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

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 come out.  I tend to assume my readers are brilliant, […]

 

Gaie Sebold Interview

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, magical creatures, […]

 

Elisabeth Waters Interview

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” as much […]

 

Interview with 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 Karpluk (“Rookie Blue”, “Saving Hope”, “Being Erica”) as Kim, the journalist who slowly comes to believe that Alar may not actually be the […]

 

David Hofmeyr Interview

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 […]

 

Michael Aronovitz Interview

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 men and women. […]

 

Allen Steele Interview

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). Have you got any […]

 

Kristin McTiernan Interview

“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. Sunder is a time-travel novel […]

 

Interview with Stephen Palmer

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 published. Can you tell us a little about it? I […]

 
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  • Alan Smale Interview
  • Alexes Razevich Interview
  • Alexes Razevich Interview
  • Allen Steele Interview
  • Amanda Bridgeman Interview
  • Amanda Panitch Interview
  • Andrew Leon Hudson Interview
  • Andy Remic Interview
  • Anne Rice Interview
  • Arwen Elys Dayton Interview
  • Bishop O’Connell Interview
  • Blake Crouch Interview
  • Brandon Sanderson Exclusive Interview
  • Brandt Legg Interview
  • Brenda Cooper Interview
  • Brian Aldiss Interview
  • Bruce Hesselbach Interview
  • C.D. Verhoff Interview
  • Carrie Patel Interview
  • Cecilia Dart Thornton Interview
  • Charlaine Harris Interview
  • Charlotte Ashley
  • Chris Angus Interview
  • Christian Adrian Brown Interview
  • Christina Klarenbeek
  • Christopher Paolini Interview
  • Christopher Priest Interview
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  • Damon Kemp (Kempster)
  • Daniel Ausema
  • David Hofmeyr Interview
  • David Liss Interview
  • Dawn Husted Interview
  • Debbie Johnson Interview
  • Deby Fredericks Interview
  • Dennis O’Flaherty Interview
  • Ed Greenwood Interview
  • Elisabeth Waters Interview
  • Evelyn Ink Interview
  • Freya Robertson Interview
  • Gaie Sebold Interview
  • Gail Z. Martin Interview
  • George Zebrowski Interview
  • Glen Duncan Interview
  • Greg Keyes Interview
  • Gregory Lamberson Interview
  • Harry Turtledove Interview
  • Ilsa J. Bick Interview
  • Adam-Michael James
  • Adrian Rogers
  • Alan Dean Foster
  • Alan Dean Foster
  • Alan Troop
  • Alastair Reynolds
  • Andrea Johnson and Elizabeth Campbell
  • Andrew David Barker
  • Andrew Harman
  • Anette Gisby
  • Anne McCaffrey
  • Barry Nugent
  • Barry Smith
  • Brandon Sanderson
  • Brian McClellan
  • Brian Ruckley
  • Brian Ruckley
  • Bryan Cassiday
  • C. J. Cherryh
  • C.E. Winterland
  • C.S. Friedman
  • Caitlin Sweet
  • Caitlin Sweet
  • Caitlyn McKenna
  • Carol Berg
  • Carol Berg
  • Carol Berg
  • Carolyn Crane
  • Carrie Vaughn
  • Chad Descoteax
  • Charlie Huston
  • Charlotte Boyett-Compo
  • Cherie Priest
  • China Mieville
  • Chris Bunch
  • Chris Wooding
  • Christine Amsden
  • Christopher Priest
  • Christopher Ransom
  • Dan Simmons
  • Daniel Abraham
  • Daniel Jason
  • Dave Bara
  • Dave Cravens
  • David Anthony Durham
  • David B. Coe
  • David Bilsborough
  • David Brin
  • David Drake
  • David Eddings
  • David Farland
  • David Farland
  • David Forbes
  • David Gemmell
  • David J. Peterson, language creator for Game of Thrones
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  • David Louis Edelman
  • David Louis Edelman
  • David Wingrove
  • Deborah J. Miller
  • Den Patrick
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  • Greg Keyes
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  • Guy Gavriel Kay
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  • Juliet McKenna
  • Juliet McKenna
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  • Karen Dionne
  • Karen Miller
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  • Kate Karyus Quinn
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  • Kay Kenyon
  • Keira Michelle Telford
  • Keith Brooke
  • Kelly Godel
  • Ken MacLeod
  • Kerry Orchard
  • Kerry Tolan
  • Kevin Anderson
  • Kevin Hearne
  • Kevin Radthorne
  • Kim Howard Johnson
  • Kim Newman
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  • Kristen Britain
  • L.E. Green
  • L.E. Modesitt Jr.
  • L.E. Modesitt Jr.
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  • Liane Merciel
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  • Lisa Kessler
  • M.M. Buckner
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  • Marc Cushman
  • Margaret Wander Bonanno
  • Maria Osbourne Perry
  • Marianne de Pierres
  • Marie Bilodeau
  • Mark Anthony
  • Mark Haeuser
  • Mark Lavine
  • Mark Lawrence
  • Mark Oakley
  • Mark T. Barnes
  • Mark Tiedemann
  • Max Gladstone: Craft Sequence, Pathfinder, Covers, and More
  • Melanie Rawn
  • Melinda Snodgrass
  • Melvin Duncan
  • Michael J. Sullivan
  • Michael Moorcock
  • Michael Stackpole
  • Michael Warden
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  • Mitchell Hogan
  • Myke Cole
  • Myke Cole
  • Nalo Hopkinson
  • Naomi Novik
  • Neal Asher
  • Neil Gaiman
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  • Nina Osier
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  • Orson Scott Card
  • Orson Scott Card
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  • Patrick Rothfuss
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  • Paul Kearney
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  • Philip Palmer
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  • Riftworld Chronicles director Jonathan Williams
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