Associate Editor Sarah Peed wrote a letter about giving books as gifts for the holidays. Check it out here!Read More
There are some great sci-fi/fantasy bloggers out there, fans who are devoting a lot of time and energy into supporting authors and their readers. Variety is the spice of life, as they say, and with the menagerie of unique and very different individuals out there contributing, it produces a whole that is better than its parts.
Here is a list of what other bloggers on the internet(s) did in the last week—reviews, interviews, comments, giveaways, and the like.Read More
Lia Habel, author of Dearly, Beloved, arrived at our booth in full cosplay mode, ready to talk Steampunk, Victorian literature and zombies. Naturally, we were eager to get her thoughts on these matters and more.
Note: Due to the enormous crowd at NYCC, some noise reduction was performed on this video. If you hear [...]
First they came for our flesh. Then they came for our brains. Now they’ve come for our hearts. They’re zombies, and they’re in love!
Zombies, in their modern incarnation as undead cannibals, have come a long way from their early roots as the oddball creation of backyard auteur George A. Romero. Originally relegated to the netherworld [...]
Lia Habel is the contributor for this week’s Take Five, a regular series where we ask authors and editors to share five facts about their latest books. Habel is the author of Dearly, Departed, available now in trade paperback:
CAN A PROPER YOUNG VICTORIAN LADY FIND TRUE LOVE IN THE ARMS OF A DASHING ZOMBIE?
The year [...]
In which a zombified soldier explains how he’d take down Discworld’s most powerful witch
It’s zombies. It’s sci-fi. It’s a love story. It works. Make the jump to read what Lia thinks of her novel, how she came to its idea, and what she has planned for the future!Read More
The Difference Engine, now considered a forebearer of Steampunk, posits a world in which mathematician Charles Babbage succeeds in creating a programmable, mechanical computer, an invention that revolutionizes nineteenth century English society. Seemingly overnight, the old power structure of peerage and privilege collapse with the rise of the new Industrial Radical Party.Read More