AISFP 144 – K.V. Johansen

THE BRAHMS DECEPTION, by Louise Marley, tells the story of Frederica Daniels, a time traveling musicologist who visits 1860s Venice and inhabits the body of Clara Schumann, lover of the brilliant musician Johannes Brahms. Will her travels threaten the career of Brahms and time itself?  The newest novel from Louise Marley is a time traveling alternate history praised by The Romantic Times and Tor.com. Visit her website to hear music samples that inspired the book.

Kaden is a teenage boy who can open wormholes to far away worlds. Aren can see into the memories and souls of those she knows. Together, they will be plunged into a world of war where their abilities threaten the existence of multiple universes. Charles M. Pulsipher presents THE CRYSTAL BRIDGE, a novel of science fiction mixed with just a dash of fantasy. Please visit Charle’s blog, and click HERE to visit his Amazon page.

  • K.V. Johansen, author of BLACKDOG, joins Shaun to discuss the silk road, shapeshifters, the publication of her first novel for adults, experimenting with Manga, Medieval culture and naked sweatiness. Hey, her words, not mine! Please listen for context.
  • Lou Anders also brings us another installment of “From the Editor’s Desk” in which he discusses the current state of science fiction as it fits within the business model of publishing.
  • Please read K.V.’s article on 5 Things You Should Never Put in Your Fantasy Novel. FORTHCOMING!
  • Don’t forget to enter THE WORKER PRINCE giveaway contest. We need your best Wookiee impression. Time is nearly up.

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  1. [...] interviewed about Blackdog by Shaun Farrell of Adventures in SciFi Publishing. You can listen to it here. I’m listening to it as I write this, which is kind of weird. Well, very weird, actually. Did [...]

  2. [...] There’s an interview about Blackdog online now at Adventures in Sci Fi Publishing. I talked with Shaun Farrell about a lot of things, including the Silk Road, Mikki with his clothes off, things to avoid in writing epic fantasy if you don’t want medievalists, historians, etc. to groan, but we also talked about the manga a bit. You can listen here. [...]

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  4. [...] second AiSFP I listened to this week involved an interview with K.V. Johansen. I think Lou Anders, her publisher, did a better job making this sound like a must read book in an [...]

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