Michael R. Fletcher the author of BEYOND REDEMPTION (HARPER Voyager 2015), THE MIRROR’S TRUTH (2016), GHOSTS OF TOMORROW (2017), and SWARM AND STEEL (Skyhorse/Nightshade Books, 2017) sat down with Olivia Hofer. Michael tells that he is the boring, average guy. Our investigators gathered evidence that he is an acclaimed author who wrote one of the … Read moreInterview with Michael R. Fletcher
RJ Barker – the ANTLER OVERLORD and author of the Wounded Kingdom trilogy (Age of Assassins, Blood of Assassins, King of Assassins) discusses how he wrote three books in two years, Merela’s and Girton’s relationship and development, wonders if there is authors collective unconscious, and answers out Twitter followers’ questions. Full transcript will be available … Read moreInterview with RJ Barker
by Alex Khlopenko The Empires of Dust series, including The Court of Broken Knives and The Tower of Living and Dying, is a tragic poem of existential nihilism. Early on in the first book, somewhere in the Eternal, Golden, City of Sorlost, two young men, dressed in all white, fight to the death to give … Read moreReview: The Tower of Living and Dying
Anna Smith Spark is the author of the critically acclaimed, Gemmell and BSF awards shortlisted Empires of Dust grimdark epic fantasy series. The interview was conducted via email a couple days before the publication of her second book, a continuation in the Empires of Dust series, “The Tower of Living and Dying”. Interview by … Read moreInterview with Anna Smith Spark
Adrian Tchaikovsky is Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning author of Children of Time and Shadows of the Apt series. He was born in Lincolnshire and studied zoology and psychology at Reading, before practicing law in Leeds. He is a keen live role-player and occasional amateur actor and is trained in stage-fighting.
Review by Alexander Pyles Few stories published today feel as mythical as Maria Dahvana Headley’s The Mere Wife. Not only does it tell an intimate tale of mothers struggling against one another and their sons, but it is a tale brought out from the fecund ground of one of the oldest tales in the world, Beowulf. … Read moreReview: “The Mere Wife” by Maria Dahvana Headley