Interviews
Epic Endings: James Islington & Evan Winter on Perfect Titles, Finding Your Fans, and Wrapping a Trilogy

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Epic Endings: James Islington & Evan Winter on Perfect Titles, Finding Your Fans, and Wrapping a Trilogy

This past summer, we celebrated Orbit Books release of Evan Winter’s The Rage of Dragons—originally self-published, the book was picked up for...
Hope Exists: Darcy Van Poelgeest and Ian Bertram Discuss Their Image Comics Saga Little Bird

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Hope Exists: Darcy Van Poelgeest and Ian Bertram Discuss Their Image Comics Saga Little Bird

A young Canadian girl—the titular Little Bird of the new graphic novel from creators Darcy Van Poelgeest and Ian Bertram—finds herself caught up in a...
Joe Hill on Full Throttle, Netflix Adaptations, and Working With His Dad

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Joe Hill on Full Throttle, Netflix Adaptations, and Working With His Dad

Horror author Joe Hill has had a busy month. He released a second collection of short stories, Full Throttle, and later that week, Netflix released an...
Brent Weeks Talks The Burning White, Representation in Fantasy, and What’s Next

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Brent Weeks Talks The Burning White, Representation in Fantasy, and What’s Next

This week, Brent Weeks delivered The Burning White, the final book in his brilliant Lightbringer series. The series already feels like a classic of modern...
The Making of a Cover: Bradley P. Beaulieu’s When the Jackals Storm the Walls

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The Making of a Cover: Bradley P. Beaulieu’s When the Jackals Storm the Walls

Bradley B. Beaulieu’s Song of Shattered Sands series is about as epic as fantasy gets. Whereas most modern epics are trilogies (or begin life that...
Star Wars: Resistance Reborn Author Rebecca Roanhorse Discusses Her Journey into a Galaxy Far, Far Away…

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Star Wars: Resistance Reborn Author Rebecca Roanhorse Discusses Her Journey into a Galaxy Far, Far Away…

It’s Force Friday, and we’re celebrating Star Wars with a journey into the Expanded Universe. If you haven’t done so already, check out...
Building a Better Post-Apocalypse: Discussing Gamechanger with L.X. Beckett

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Building a Better Post-Apocalypse: Discussing Gamechanger with L.X. Beckett

The year is 2101 and after global cataclysm, humanity is bouncing back. In a mind-bending futuristic landscape in which luxuries are only experienced in VR...
In Which Married Authors Arkady Martine and Vivian Shaw Discuss Inspiration, Influences, and Collaboration

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In Which Married Authors Arkady Martine and Vivian Shaw Discuss Inspiration, Influences, and Collaboration

Welcome to another installment of Other Halves, our irregular interview series in which authors are interviewed about their books, writing process, and the...
In Which Alix E. Harrow Is Interviewed by Her Husband About The Ten Thousand Doors of January

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In Which Alix E. Harrow Is Interviewed by Her Husband About The Ten Thousand Doors of January

Welcome to another installment of Other Halves, our irregular interview series in which authors are interviewed about their books, writing process, and the...
An Epic Journey to the Shelves: Evan Winter & James Islington on the Business of Publishing, Finding Your Readers, and the Book Two Problem

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An Epic Journey to the Shelves: Evan Winter & James Islington on the Business of Publishing, Finding Your Readers, and the Book Two Problem

Two of our favorite epic fantasy series of the last few years—one of them, James Islington’s Licanius trilogy, about to wrap up; the other, Evan...
In Which Writers/Spouses C.S.E. Cooney and Carlos Hernandez Talk Inspiration, Craft, and New York-Bizarre

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In Which Writers/Spouses C.S.E. Cooney and Carlos Hernandez Talk Inspiration, Craft, and New York-Bizarre

Today, we’re pleased to offer another installment of Other Halves, our irregular interview series in which authors are interviewed—about their books,...
Decadence as Distraction: Richard Kadrey Discusses the Grim Warnings Hiding in The Grand Dark

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Decadence as Distraction: Richard Kadrey Discusses the Grim Warnings Hiding in The Grand Dark

In the Weimar-inspired city of Lower Proszawa, the metropolis at the center of Richard Kadrey’s new novel The Grand Dark—one of this blog’s...

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