Elaine Chao holds many titles, including martial arts instructor, engineer, and musician. Recently, she added science fiction author to her titles with a contribution to Interspecies, a new co-authored science fiction epic. She works for Adobe and is a regular contributor to Adobe’s Creative Cloud Blog. In this interview, Chao sat down with the Kōsa …read in detail
Check out Kōsa Press’s very own Woelf Dietrich interviewed over on the e-Books India website. Dietrich discusses his fantasy projects as well as delving into science fiction with These Broken Worlds. He also explains what a kōsalogy is! Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Are you working on any other book(s)? If so, can you please tell …read in detail
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
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
Woelf Dietrich writes dark fantasy and stories that deal in the supernatural, but has most recently tested the waters of science fiction with three new tales in These Broken Worlds, a story collection where he shares a universe with three other authors. He grew up in South Africa and has visited numerous other countries around …read in detail
In this podcast interview, M. J. Kelley announces the release date of Kōsa Press’s first publication These Broken Worlds (coming July 15, 2015). He also speaks about the value of critique, writers’ groups, and how starting a virtual writers’ workshop changed his life. Listen to the 23-minute interview here.