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Dec 18, 2020

BLACK CANARY: BREAKING SILENCE author Alexandra Monir talks about writing for the DC Icons young adult series, adapting the fan-favorite Black Canary and Court of Owls in a prose novel, and how she got the job of writing a major media tie-in.
This DC Icons young adult novel reimagines the fan-favorite DC comics...

Dec 10, 2020

WE HEAR VOICES author Evie Green talks about creating her new horror / science fiction novel. We discuss her leap into horror after writing many thriller and YA books, juggling complicated thematic elements, and why readers love the "creepy kids" trope.

In near-future England, the economy is collapsing, humanity makes...

Dec 1, 2020

MONSTRE VOL. ONE author Duncan Swan talks about launching his debut sci-fi/horror thriller via a successful Kickstarter campaign, the decision to split the long dual-narrative novel into two volumes, and writing for multimedia adaptability.

In this genre-blending action adventure, a catastrophic event at a research...

Nov 7, 2020

Essa Hansen is the author of NOPHEK GLOSS. This debut science fiction adventure follows Caiden, a teenage mechanic who discovers his simple but highly regimented life is actually one of servitude on a hidden slave planet.
When his entire colony is sent to slaughter, Caiden alone survives, fleeing the vicious creatures...

Oct 16, 2020

I’m pleased to welcome author Alix E. Harrow back to the show. Alix’s debut fantasy novel, THE TEN THOUSAND DOORS OF JANUARY, got nominated for—like—all the major awards, was on all of the best-of lists, and was basically a "whole thing".

Her new novel, THE ONCE AND FUTURE WITCHES, follows three estranged...