Genre Chick Interview: David Steffen

Today, May’s Month of Writers Blog Festival brings you an interview with my friend and fellow Codexian David Steffen. I was the subject of David’s first interview over at Fantasy Magazine back in 2009! Ah, the great circle of a writer’s life… *************************************** Mac or PC? PC, though I’m sure Justin Long is a very nice person. Coffee or…

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Genre Chick Interview: Colin Harvey

Today the Month of Writers Blog Festival brings you an interview by SF author and fellow Codexian Colin Harvey! Colin is yet another of my friends who hails from across the pond in the UK — a place where the superpower he’s chosen would come in very, very handy. Cheers, mate! ******************************************* Mac or PC? PC! I can’t cope…

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Genre Chick Interview: Gray Rinehart

Today the Month of Writers Blog Festival brings you an interview by my dear friend, fellow Codexian, Sf author, and Baen Slushmaster General (I gave him that title, btw!) — the dashing Gray Rinehart. ************************************* Mac or PC? PC, because I’m neither artistic nor trendy enough to qualify as a Mac user…though if they came up with a multi-button…

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Princess Alethea’s Fairy Tale Theatre: Episode 15

Episode 15: “The Little Folks’ Presents” (5:41) Yet another cautionary tale about the dangers of greed. You know, I really wish karma worked this well and this swiftly in real life.  

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Genre Chick Interview: Cassie Alexander

My dear friend Cassie Alexander is up next in our little May 2001 Month of Writers Blog Festival. She and I both sold our first novels right about the same time. We were even announced in the same issue of Locus, which is kind of like the equivalent of a Geek Debutante Ball. Of course, mine was only a…

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Genre Chick Interview: Elaine Isaak

May’s Month of Writers Blog Festival brings you an interview with a wonderful and talented woman today: SF author Elaine Isaak. Elaine and I have been friends and fellow writing-group buddies for many years now. Rumor has it, you would not want to be her hero. And no, I’m *not* going to tell you her pseudonym. Not today, anyway….

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Princess Alethea’s Magical Elixir

New reviews are up at Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show! Title: Sparks Author: Laura Bickle EAN: 9781439167687 It’s funny . . . I read this book a few weeks ago, and I’m still not quite sure whether or not I liked it. I finished it, which is certainly something for the plus column these days. So I must have enjoyed…

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Genre Chick Interview: Leah Cypess

Today the Month of Writers Blog Festival brings you an interview by lovely YA Fantasy author Leah Cypess. And if you haven’t seen the cover to her new novel Nightspell, you must go check it out. It’s one of the most gorgeous covers I’ve ever seen. I covet… ********************************** Coffee or Tea? Tea. I resisted coffee for years because…

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Genre Chick Interview: Aliette de Bodard

Today for my Month of Writers Blog Festival, I have the honor of featuring my good friend, SF author Aliette de Bodard! I knew Aliette online through the Codex Writers Group before I met her in LA (she was very much a bright spot in one of my Worst Trips of All Time). I’ve been so incredibly proud of…

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I Am Totally Good With “Kontis.”

Because it falls on the shelf between Stephen King and Jay Lake. Like, for instance, in this section of the list from Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year 2010 Honorable Mentions! ************************** King, Stephen “1922,” (novella) Full Dark, No Stars. King, Stephen “Big Driver,” Full Dark, No Stars. Knight, Brian “Deathbed,” Cemetery Dance #64. Knippling, DeAnna “The Edge…

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