Genre Chick Interview: Diana Rowland

Happy Release Day  Diana Rowland! Detective Kara Gillian is both a cop and a conjurer of demons, accidentally conjuring sexy  angelic Rhyzkhal during a routine spell. Now she needs his help to catch a deadly serial killer–The Symbol Man–who’s back in Beaulac, Louisiana on a killing spree after a three-year hiatus. There’s also that handsome-yet-disapproving FBI agent hanging around,…

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Appearance: Bleeding Hearts Club 2/14/09

Linebaugh Library will host the Bleeding Hearts Club at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 14. Whether you’re a fan of Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series, Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse series, Laurell Hamilton’s Anita Blake series, or the classic Dracula, join us to talk about all things vampire. Stoker-nominated Alethea Kontis will lead the discussion about our favorite vampires, vampires in…

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Princess Alethea’s Reviews

New book reviews are live at Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show! This month, Princess Alethea discusses Full Cast Audio’s performance of Gail Carson Levine’s Fairest, and Christopher Moore’s fantastically funny Fool.

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Check out “Blood & Water” @ IGMS for Free!

Due to the large number of Stoker Recommendations  "Blood and Water" has received from the HWA (thank you!), the lovely crew at IGMS have made "Blood and Water" available to read for free for a limited time. Now’s your chance — click on by and read it while the getting’s good! And if you enjoy your time with the…

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IGMS: Princess Alethea’s Magical Elixir

Princess Alethea’s Magical Elixir Reviewing lots of books, sir ‘swhat I do. Was this one good sir? Well, it was cut from wood, sir. With binding like it should, sir. A positive review! Check out my debut review Of Elizabeth C. Bunce’s A Curse Dark As Gold at IGMS today!(Or walk the plank, matey…)

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Genre Chick Interview: Edmund Schubert

In October of 2005, Orson Scott Card launched Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show—an online magazine featuring spectacular science fiction and fantasy tales, gorgeous professional artwork, and an original story from Card’s Ender universe in every issue. Less than a year later, he named SF bad man Edmund Schubert editor of the now-quarterly ‘zine. A new anthology compiles a…

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Vampire Mermaid

The origin of “Blood and Water”Art by Nicole Cardiff*******************************************************“You’re a writer? Okay, tell me a story.” Yeah — my eyes just rolled too. I’ve gotten this my whole life. I’ve heard it from friends and teachers. I got it from relatives who expected me to entertain their bored children. I even got it once from a computer tech support…

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