Jo Walton’s new novel Lent is a fantastical reimagining of the life of Girolamo Savonarola, a Dominican friar and political leader of late 15th century Florence. Jo joins us below to talk about the advantages and drawbacks of writing fiction based on historical characters.
“A Memory Called Empire elevates space opera to poetry—clever, deep, sometimes tragic, sometimes violent, always transcendent poetry that shines like the edge of a knife.” —Delilah Dawson By now you’ve read the lush, tense, dizzying and dazzling sci-fi masterpiece that is A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine. And if you’re like us, you were probably pretty impressed…
Arkady Martine, historian, city planner, and author of space opera/interstellar mystery adventure A Memory Called Empire has writing survival tips! And the scoop on what it’s like to be married to a fellow writer.
Is it a whirlwind of focus and productivity? Is it all procrastination and crying over word counts!? Arkady Martine has the scoop.
With the paperback of Crimson Lake coming this January, and a kick-ass sequel, Redemption Point, coming in March, we thought it was the perfect time to get to know #1 New York Times bestselling author Candice Fox a little better!