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Author Kelly Link Reveals Her Writing Process and More


Author Kelly Link Reveals Her Writing Process and More

Sara Cutaia at the just Chicago Review of Books published a barn-burner of an interview with fantasy/slipstream/magic realist/what-have-you brilliant author Kelly Link, whose latest book, Get in Trouble, recently hit paperback. If you have had any experience with Link’s work, then you know how unpredictable her stories can be: They go to some surprising places. I’ve often [...]

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SF & Fantasy

Balancing The Genre Itch: Julie Czerneda Goes From Science Fiction to Fantasy


Balancing The Genre Itch: Julie Czerneda Goes From Science Fiction to Fantasy

This month, Julie Czernada has two books out – one fantasy, one science fiction. Here, Julie explains what it was like to switch between the genres and how the writing process differs.

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SF & Fantasy

What Happens When A Horror Writer Goes to Transylvania


Disintegration author Richard Thomas taught a writing workshop in Transylvania, and he’s still dreaming about it.

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Suvudu

‘The Einstein Prophecy’ Author Robert Masello on the Atomic Bomb, Occultism, and History’s Biggest What If’s


When I’m in the mood for suspenseful tales of history, mysticism and hidden conspiracies, I go right to Robert Masello. His books, The Romanov Cross, The Medusa Amulet, and now, The Einstein Prophecy, have provided me with many hours of thrilling entertainment and awe at how much the course of history depends sometimes depends on [...]

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SF & Fantasy

Fans ASK TERRY BROOKS & He Answers


Every month for more than ten years, bestselling author Terry Brooks has accepted questions from his fans and answered five.

Here Terry answers your new questions! In this edition, Terry talks about The Shannara Chronicles, the ending Shannara trilogy, and what character he’d play in his own TV series.

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SF & Fantasy

How Two Volcanoes Shaped My Writing Career


Today marks the 35th anniversary of the eruption of Mt. St. Helens in Washington State. I grew up just south of the volcano and remember that day in1980.

Looking back, it helped shape my life. But it wasn’t the only volcano that did that. Read on!

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SF & Fantasy

Event Video: Peter V. Brett Sits Upon THE SKULL THRONE


Event Video: Peter V. Brett Sits Upon THE SKULL THRONE

Peter V. Brett stopped by the University Bookstore in Seattle, WA in support of his new book, The Skull Throne!

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Suvudu

Adam Sternbergh: ‘Each Word Should Have the Same Impact as a Landed Punch’


Adam Sternbergh: ‘Each Word Should Have the Same Impact as a Landed Punch’

Adam Sternbergh is the author of Near Enemy, a story about Spademan: a hit man for hire plying his trade in a radiation-choked New York City. We recently spoke about writing good fight scenes, and why very nice people like very bad guys.
More about Near Enemy:
New York is toxic—decimated by a dirty bomb years ago. [...]

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SF & Fantasy

Authors Give Advice To Younger Selves


A few days ago, I saw this Tweet: “Semi-colons! Argh! Should have learned to use them right sooner.”

I decided to ask authors what advice they’d give their younger writing selves. Some great stuff here!

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Star Wars

Interview with James Luceno, Author, “Star Wars: Tarkin”


Interview with James Luceno, Author, “Star Wars: Tarkin”

Veteran Star Wars author James Luceno talks to Suvudu’s Eric Geller about his new novel Star Wars: Tarkin.

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