Speculative fiction author Marc Watson and I discuss the conversations that shape worlds--both our own, and the fictional ones to which we escape. Plus, they dive into the reality of being a modern author and what to do with those pesky day jobs.
Edward Willet and I tackle worlds that bend genres and how to straddle independent versus traditional publishing--plus the secret to being a successful freelance creator.
I spoke with Sahara Foley, who transformed her late husband's creative work into a wonderful blend of Arthurian legends, science-fantasy, and paranormal plots.
I dove into the churning political waters of near-future speculative fiction with 2/3 of the team who created the anthology AND THE LAST TRUMP SHALL SOUND. Cat Rambo discusses their focus on found family and the impact on the marginalized, lower-class community, while James Morrow shares his satirical if outlandish take on dismantling a Pence pseudo-monarchy.