Daenerys unlike you’ve seen here before or after.
Claudia Gray is setting herself up to be THE Star War novelist of the new canon.
The creator of Erevis Cale of Forgotten Realms fame got the call to write Star Wars novels. I talk to him and make my pitch to be part of EU legend canon.
I’m day one for Sansa Stark and Sophie Turner. Especially Sophie Turner.
This guy went on to co-create iZombie which is all up on tv.
Find out why you need to read his books but to never use him as your lifeline.
An interview with another author who has since gone on to really make a name for himself in science fiction with Children of Time but has a lot of smart things to say about fantasy and writing.
That’s a lot of words. I just tried to chip in about a buck fifty. Lots of great and unique takes about science fiction, speculative fiction in general, publishing, literature, his novels, and… hell?
One of the great short story writers of our time talks to me.
… and I think we invented Flower Punk. Well Cat did but I was in the room if a documentary is ever made.
An interview where we cover all things Shadowbridge and the stories connected by it, some comics, and Roger Zelazny? Also check out my review of Shadowbridge after we chat.
My favorite post title so far. This is how I gauge myself, people.
I love GRRM and LOVE A Song of Ice and Fire & Game of Thrones but this was one of my least fave interviews I’ve ever been a part of. I was being handcuffed a bit, didn’t like it, so this feels a bit mailed in because my effort and interest really wasn’t there going through the process. Still… I got to swap emails with George R. R. Martin.
Me and Scott Lynch talk all things Locke Lamora and he mentions… Conscience of the Storm?
A chat with Paul Park as he releases a brand new novel. We talk about it, his back catalog, and writing in general.
On Soldier Son, meditating on Middle-Earth, and who her favorite current fantasy writer is.
Talking to Steph in this the year of our war.
The author of the iconic Kushiel series chats with me about dark lords and mammoth tomes.
Did you know that early on Charles Stross created sweet Dungeons & Dragons monsters? You’re welcome.
MacLeod has one of the best catalogs of science/fantasy short fiction out there and his novels like The Light Ages and Summer Isle are showing the same shine.