Weird Fishes is one of the freshest takes on a first contact story I’ve ever read. Two sea creatures travel through the ocean’s depths and shallows, hunting for an answer as to why the currents are slowing. What they find is impossible life. But how do you save an ocean from beings that exist beyond […]
Join fantasy author Ryan Cahill for a live signing of The Broken Binding’s special editions for Of Blood and Fire, featuring our very own Adrian M. Gibson & M.J. Kuhn (of SFF Addicts) as special guests. Grab a drink or a dragon and hang out with us!
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and author Jonathan Nevair for a chat about his new book Stellar Instinct, his art history and academic backgrounds, secondary worlds and space opera, hopeful science fiction, writing thrillers, James Bond and secret agents, compelling villains, pacing, action and much more.
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and award-winning author Aliette de Bodard for a chat about her new book The Red Scholar’s Wake, books in translation, Vietnamese history and language, her Universe of Xuya series, worldbuilding, childbirth, sentient spaceships, sapphic romance, family, food as memory and much more.
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and award-winning editors/authors Sheree Renée Thomas, Oghenechovwe Ekpeki and Zelda Knight for a chat about their new anthology Africa Risen: A New Era of Speculative Fiction, as well as the evolution and meaning of the anthology’s title, the story selection process, offering a platform for new African and diaspora authors, storytelling traditions, community building and much more.
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and award-winning author and editor Lavie Tidhar for a chat about his new releases Neom and The Best of World SF Vol. 2, growing up in Israel, writing about the Middle East, international sci-fi, tackling challenging themes with humor, robots and Asimov’s ‘Three Laws of Robotics’, L. Ron Hubbard, messiahs and much more.
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and award-winning author Mary Robinette Kowal for a chat about her new novel The Spare Man, her Glamourist Histories and The Lady Astronaut series, the modern space race, building off of Dashiell Hammett’s book The Thin Man (and its movie adaptations), what makes a good mystery, committed couples, compelling characters, dogs, puppeteering and much more.
Jessie Kwak is an author with a theory, and it’s this: Sci-fi + crime = an awesome story. To prove her theory, Jessie has put together an anthology of sci-fi crime stories. It’s her second anthology like it, and Crooked Volume 2 features 18 stories by 18 authors, including the likes of Jim Keen, EL […]
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and self-pub author Luke Tarzian for a chat about his new novelette A Cup of Tea at the Mouth of Hell, Luke’s art background and book/cover design work, mental health and grief, the self-publishing community, balancing satire and emotion, writing as therapy and much more. Of course, as is always the case with Luke, things get pretty naughty by the end.
If you’ve listened to the grimdark, political sci-fi audio drama, The Dex Legacy, then you’ll know it’s awesome. If you haven’t had chance to listen to it, and you wondered what it was like, you can check out my review of season one by clicking right here. But instead of hearing me babble on about […]
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors/SPSFC creators Hugh Howey and Duncan Swan, along with SPSFC 1 finalists Patrice Fitzgerald, T. A. Bruno, Cameron Coral, G. M. Nair, Ben Roberts, Jack Lyster and KT Belt, for a chat about the first year of the competition, lessons learned and how they’ll apply that to SPSFC 2, book pitches from the finalists, thoughts on the self-published sci-fi community, advice for future entrants and much more.
Hi everyone and welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Children of Gods and Fighting Men. Unbelievably, the Queen of Dublin herself, Gormflaith has agreed to participate in this post and will be offering her best advice in response to some of your problems. You’re such lucky things! *Gormflaith has demanded payment in […]