SF columnist/historian Alvaro Zinos-Amaro and publisher Peter Carlaftes of Three Rooms Press talk about the history and the future of SF Grand Master Robert Silverberg, including the newest short story collection, “Alien Archives”.
Even when I started writing again, I hadn’t fully given myself permission to do what I wanted with it, to step into my own shoes that were now just the right size and wear them to the life I always dreamed of living.
New York Times best-selling author Robin Cook stops by to talk about his latest medical thriller, Genesis, and some of the implications of using ancestral DNA from genetic testing as an investigative tool to track down and identify unknown persons who may be connected to crimes.
Fantasy author Evan Winter stops by to talk about his debut epic fantasy The Rage of Dragons, the first of four novels encompassing a new world and a new magic system used in a world perpetually at war, and based in the peoples, art and myths of an African perspective.
My mother was a storyteller. She could talk the ears off an elephant and never run short of breath. When my husband and I first started dating, he would spend long hours with my mother, content to listen while she spoke. He was shy and the dynamic suited him well.
Epic fantasy author Marshall Ryan Maresca stops by to talk about Shield of the People, the newest in the “Maradaine Elite” series, and how all the different Maradaine series will eventually all tie together.