‘They’ll stand amongst the corpses of the beloved.’ That’s what he said at the end, though I never considered myself one of the beloved, not at the beginning. I was simply a terrified woman then, but now… now I understand. Maybe I wish I didn’t. Eldon Thompson raves, “Readers with the fortitude to take the plunge stand to be rewarded with what may go down as one of the most ambitious, redefining forays into epic fantasy of all time.”
With more than 80 books published, New York Times bestselling author David Bischoff brings you Hotspur Publishing, a new publisher of science fiction and fantasy, featuring both classic titles and works from newly discovered talent. Fill you e-reader today with their stellar opening lineup, including titles like FREEDOM CLUB, by Saul Garnell, WOLF DAWN, by Susan Cartwright, and Bishoff’s THE DESTINY DICE, praised by Piers Anthony as “Hilarious!”
- Shaun and Brent discuss a voicemail from John Mierau regarding our discussion in Episode 171 on the responsibility artists have when their work is used for evil.
- Then we ask “What subgenre in science fiction and fantasy is underrepresented on book shelves?” Answers from listeners range from Bizarro to Superhero fiction to Whistlepunk. . . . Yeah, you can thank Shaun Duke for that one.
- Brent and Bryan Thomas Schmidt sat down with Glen Cook at Conquest to discuss his illustrious career. Glen recounts his first novel and the long process to reclaiming it when it was stolen from his house. He also recounts his days living with Fritz Leiber, and there is quite the discussion on writing.