Women of Science Fiction 002: Interview with Stephanie J. Pajonas

Stephanie J. Pajonas is the author of the post-apocalyptic Japanese culture inspired science fiction series, The Nogiku Series. She has also written a number of other Japan-centric works across multiple genres. I read the entire Nogiku series in a week, that’s four books. I just couldn’t stop reading them! They’re that good. I’m thrilled to …read in detail

#Art of Science Fiction 004: Stephan Martiniere

Stephan Martiniere is a busy man. But then, that would not come as any surprise considering the body of work this artist has done. Stephan is an acclaimed multi-award winning science fiction and fantasy artist and 25-year industry veteran who has worked on numerous projects across many mediums that include: feature films, animation, video games, theme parks, …read in detail

Women of Science Fiction 001: Interview with Susan Kaye Quinn

Welcome to the inaugural Women in Science Fiction interview series. I’ll be introducing you to a number of fabulous women I’ve lined up. Often disregarded as not being sciency enough or smart enough to write such a serious genre, women are sometimes pushed to the sidelines of sci-fi. But let me tell you, these women …read in detail

#Art of Science Fiction 001: John Harris

I’ve been running a series over on my blog called #Art of Fantasy in which I showcase established and up-and-coming fantasy artists. Thus far it has proven popular. It seems appropriate then that I should also focus on science fiction, given that Kōsa Press’ Broken Worlds and the forthcoming Interspecies fall well within this fiction genre. And …read in detail

Embracing Science Fiction: An Interview with “These Broken Worlds” Author Pavarti K. Tyler

Pavarti K. Tyler is a multiple award-winning author of transgressive fiction. Most recently, she contributed two pieces to These Broken Worlds, a story collection belonging to a shared universe. Tyler has over fifteen titles available via Amazon as well as other outlets, and she is no stranger to the science fiction genre, having published such …read in detail