AISFP Podcast 267 – Kim Vandervort, Hadley Rille Book’s True Heroines of Fantasy

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 44:01 — 61.0MB) Brent Bowen chats with Hadley Rille Books author and editor Kim Vandevort about true heroines in fiction and how the publishing house battles the “Trinity complex” and works to bring strong female characters to the page. In support of delivering strong female characters, Hadley […]

SF Book Releases This Week: July 8, 2014

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Thanks for stopping by another SF Book Releases This Week. If you are an indie or small press author and would like your book included in this list, email us at adventuresinscifipublishing [at] gmail [dot] com. If you love free books, reviews and podcasts, sign up to our newsletter and be entered in our weekly […]

Book Review: WAKING THE MERROW by Heather Rigney

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There’s a certain allure to debut novels. The more you read and come to know an author, the more you trust what they put out. Treading new waters, good or bad, is always interesting. WAKING THE MERROW, debut novel from author Heather Rigney, was an interesting experience. Unfortunately, the book fell flat for me, but I am still […]

AISFP 160 – Michele Lang

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Michele Lang joins Brent to discuss book two, DARK VICTORY, in the Lady Lazarus trilogy, Winston Churchill’s prescience, fates worse than death, klezmer bands, and golems as bouncers at your book launch party.

AISFP 122 – Michele Lang

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Michele Lang, author of LADY LAZARUS, joins us to discuss the melding of history (in this case with personal considerations) with fantasy, having an agent who is also an author and what’s next with DARK VICTORY, and her second Magda Lazarus novel, which will be available January 2012.

NEWS – Part One: On Heroes and Why We Need Them

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Howard Andrew Jones, author of The Desert of Souls and Managing Editor of Black Gate, examines heroes, antiheroes, and what it all means.

AISFP 114 – Stina Leicht, Daryl Gregory

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Stina Leicht joins us from the World Fantasy Convention to discuss Irish fairy tales, shapeshifters, terrorism, Dungeons and Dragons, book-selling and pursuing her dreams. Then Daryl Gregory discuss the lack of religion in Middle Earth (no touched-by-Gandalf jokes please), writing short stories, novels, and comics, genre-blending, strangeness, and humor in prose.

Interviews From the Superstars Writing Seminars

Moses attended the Superstars Writing Seminar with video camera in hand. Below you will find his exclusive filming of the podcast Writing Excuses and interviews with Brandon Sanderson, Eric Flint and David Farland.

AISFP 112 – Laura Resnick, Mary Robinette Kowal

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 47:42 — 32.9MB) In this episode we are joined by Laura Resnick, author of the Esther Diamond novels, and Mary Robinette Kowal, author of Shades of Milk and Honey. Laura discusses agents (Should writers have one? What do they provide?) and her less than satisfying experience with […]

AISFP 109 – Elizabeth C. Bunce

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Elizabeth C. Bunce, author of Star Crossed and A Curse Dark as Gold, joins our Moses Siregar at the World Fantasy Convention to discuss writing for teens, the value of a good editor and a good agent, how to write for teens, and much more.