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An ex-pat New Yorker living in Minnesota, Paul Weimer has been reading sci-fi and fantasy for over 30 years. An avid blogger, he also contributes to the Skiffy and Fanty Show and SFF Audio podcasts. If you've spent any time reading about SFF online, you've probably read one of his blog comments or tweets (he's @PrinceJvstin).

Portal Fantasy on the High Seas: The Stormwrack Novels of A.M. Dellamonica

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Portal Fantasy on the High Seas: The Stormwrack Novels of A.M. Dellamonica

Science fiction and fantasy are rife with trilogies. Sometimes, if you don’t hop onboard with book one, you can feel like you’re too far behind...
Winter Tide Dives Deep into the Litany and Legacy of Lovecraft

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Winter Tide Dives Deep into the Litany and Legacy of Lovecraft

After the Federal raids on Innsmouth and the destruction of Deep Reef in 1928, the survivors of the Federal Government’s action against the town were...
Explore Lovecraft’s Dreamlands Through New Eyes in The Dream-Quest of Vellitt Boe

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Explore Lovecraft’s Dreamlands Through New Eyes in The Dream-Quest of Vellitt Boe

Some book titles seem designed to befuddle the reader. Others are only tangentially related to the contents of the novel. But sometimes, the title is so...

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Catching Up with Ken Liu and The Dandelion Dynasty

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Catching Up with Ken Liu and The Dandelion Dynasty

Ken Liu is an author and translator of speculative fiction, as well as a lawyer and programmer. But you already knew that: he’s won the Nebula,...
Michael Livingston, The Gates of Hell, and Writing Secret Historical Fantasy

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Michael Livingston, The Gates of Hell, and Writing Secret Historical Fantasy

An award-winning writer and professor, Michael Livingston holds degrees in history, medieval studies, and English. He teaches at The Citadel in...
The Cold War Meets the X-Men in MJ-12: Inception

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The Cold War Meets the X-Men in MJ-12: Inception

August 1945: WWII is over. The atmosphere in Berlin is tense, with the surrendered Germany cowering under the thumb of the Soviets and the Allies. It is...
Gods of Nabban Offers a Stunning Glimpse of an Expansive Fantasy Tapestry

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Gods of Nabban Offers a Stunning Glimpse of an Expansive Fantasy Tapestry

Going home again is hard. Even if you are a ghostbuster of sorts, or at least have an unusual relationship with spirits. Even if one of the greatest...
Jen Williams Talks Testing Her Writing Mettle in The Copper Promise

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Jen Williams Talks Testing Her Writing Mettle in The Copper Promise

Jen Williams is a British fantasy author whose Copper Cat series, already a buzz-generator in its native UK, is finally coming to America from Angry...
When Serving Food to Monsters and Demons, the Secret Ingredient is Humor

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When Serving Food to Monsters and Demons, the Secret Ingredient is Humor

What if the title of the cooking show Hell’s Kitchen was to be taken literally? If the cooking challenges came not from the mind of Gordon Ramsay but...
Talking Genrenauts, Kickstarter, and Loving All Things Geek with Michael R. Underwood

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Talking Genrenauts, Kickstarter, and Loving All Things Geek with Michael R. Underwood

Michael R Underwood is an alumnus from the world of Academia, who has turned his academic interest in mythology, and all things geek into being an author,...

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