Since the wolf moon’s last appearance, my soul has waxed and waned a hundred times over, been eaten down to crumbs and scales, reborn and devoured again.Read More
“You’ll thank me someday. Love is a terrible weakness, and I’ve spared you its pain.”Read More
I try to be cautious with reality. When my personal life seeps into my work (as it invariably does with any writer) I am careful to use only my own emotions surrounding an experience. I mangle and mash the unstable flux of “feelings” into new shapes and découpage them onto paper dolls and cut-out scenery.Read More
Kirsten Imani Kasai is the author the 2009 novel Ice Song, a New Weird science fiction tale of predatory corporations, human/animal genetic hybrids and gender-switching protagonists. This week Kasai returned to this world with the release of her novel Tattoo. She recently spoke with me about her early wanderlust, the fluidity of gender roles and what inspired the genetic hybrids of her novel.Read More
This week’s excerpt features a writer that is blowing some fresh air on sci-fi and fantasy: Kirsten Imani Kasai. 50 plus pages of her debut novel ICE SONG await you…if you click Read More…Read More
There are audio excerpts and then there are awesome audio excerpts. Both are good, but only one can be served up on Suvudu On Air and this Ice Song sample from author Kirsten Imani Kasai is nothing short of sweet!
Kirsten and her brother recorded the parts and put this sample chapter together and we think you’re really going to like this!Read More
Out on the west coast and can’t make it to the cool stuff in New York? There’s cool stuff in your backyard! Check out Kirsten Imani Kasai’s reading at Borderlands Books tomorrow of her much-acclaimed debut novel Ice Song. From the Borderlands site:
Kirsten Imani Kasai, ICE SONG, Saturday, September 26th at 3:00 pm – We [...]
“Where do you get your ideas?” is one of the most common questions asked of writers.
Ideas are everywhere. My ideas come from current and historical events, myths, science and nature, pop culture and the mundane. Writers are patient observers. We sit like dogs beneath a picnic table, waiting for crumbs of inspiration to fall. When [...]