Everything is change and everything ends, but can old things become new again?
Check out Alaya Dawn Johnson, author of the acclaimed novel Trouble the Saints, and her essay below on publishing a novel for the first time in six years and writing about structural inequality, colorism, judicial and extra-judicial violence.
What is the best weapon you can have in a science fiction novel? Sometimes, the answer is ‘who’ and not ‘what.’ Karen Osborne, debut author of Architects of Memory and the newly released Engines of Oblivion, joined us to share her favorite humans turned weapons of science fiction—do you agree with her choices? By Karen Osborne…
We are absolutely OBSESSED with the cover of To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini, so we are particularly excited to share an exclusive interview between Christopher and cover designer Lindy Martin! Check out their Q&A here, and a big thanks to Inside Faceout for providing this piece.
We fell in love with the character Masha in Cory Doctorow’s Little Brother and Homeland, and we are SO EXCITED that she’s getting her time to shine in the upcoming book Attack Surface! But what went into introducing this character? Check out Cory as he talks more about Masha, Attack Surface, and more here.
Join “The Godfather of Gore” Tom Savini and New York Times Bestselling author Daniel Kraus (The Shape of Water) as they discuss the legacy of George A. Romero and The Living Dead. This conversation was moderated by film critic Walter Chaw.