[Guest post] Tim Pratt, Author of The Wrong Stars

  Today I am interrupting the regular programming to bring you a very important message… My guest today is Tim Pratt, who has a nifty-looking new science fiction book out this month, but we’ll get to that afterward. Over to Tim!

Guest Post: Peter McLean on British Urban Fantasy

The year is almost over, but I’ve got time to squeeze in one last guest post as a treat for you! Today I’m turning the blog over to Peter McLean, the author of the Burned Man series. Drake and Dominion are out now from Angry Robot, and you can read more about them at the […]

Guest Post: “Falling in Love with SF” by Christopher Hinz

  Christopher Hinz is the author of five science fiction books. Liege-Killer won the Compton Crook Award for best first novel and was nominated for the John W. Campbell Award for best new writer. He has written screenplays and a graphic novel, scripted comics for DC and Marvel, and has worked as a newspaper reporter […]

Guest Post: “Sci-fi with a dash of darkness” by Lesley Conner

   Lesley Conner is a writer/editor, managing editor of Apex Publications and Apex Magazine, and a Girl Scout leader. When she isn’t handling her editorial or Girl Scout leader responsibilities, she’s researching fascinating historical figures, rare demons, and new ways to dispose of bodies, interweaving the three into strange and horrifying tales. Her short fiction […]

Guest Post: “Land of Changes” by S.C. Flynn

My latest guest on the blog is Stuart Charles Flynn, whose debut novel Children of the Different was recently released into the SF/F wild. Here, he’s talking a little bit about how the book’s setting inspired the story itself. Enjoy!

Guest Post: “Women + Power” by Foz Meadows

  About Foz Meadows Foz Meadows is a genderqueer author, blogger, essayist, reviewer and poet. In 2014, she was nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer for her blog, Shattersnipe; she is also a contributing writer for The Huffington Post and Black Gate, and a contributing reviewer for Strange Horizons and Tor.com. You […]

Guest Post: “What Les Miserables Taught Me About Emotional Plotting”, by Melanie R. Meadors

Today I’m pleased to welcome a new guest to the blog! Melanie R. Meadors is the author of fantasy and science fiction stories where heroes don’t always carry swords and knights in shining armor often lose to nerds who study their weaknesses. She’s been known to befriend wandering garden gnomes, do battle with metal-eating squirrels, […]

[Sci-Fi Month Guest Post] “A Matter of Perspective” by Mark Oshiro

Not every idea put forth in science fiction is purely speculative. Today’s post is my fifth and final guest post for Sci-Fi Month, and it belongs to someone whose work I suspect (I hope!) you’ll be seeing more of in discussion here in future. The subject for this guest post originally came up when I met […]

[Sci-Fi Month] Guest post: Jason Sizemore

Welcome to the final week of Sci-Fi Month 2015! Whew. It has been so much fun diving into all this SF this year – but it isn’t over yet! Leading the way into the last round of SF celebration here is a new guest post from Jason Sizemore, who’s talking about alternate realities in science […]

[Sci-Fi Month] Guest post: Aliette de Bodard

We now return you to the regular November programming! Today I have another awesome guest on the blog, with an equally awesome guest post discussing the definition(s) of science fiction!

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