Interviews

Rare editions for charity, crowd funding projects, protecting reader communities–this Grim Oak Press publisher talk has it all

Shawn Speakman drops by the channel to talk all things Grim Oak Press books and his writing, including an exclusive announcement about something that’s been sitting on shelves for years and is about to...

An Interview With Taran Matharu

Taran Matharu has been obsessed with stories from a young age. So it’s only natural he turned to writing. He is the author of the Summoner series of young adult fantasy novels and Dragon...

An Interview with Lavanya Lakshminarayan

Lavanya Lakshminarayan is the award-winning author of The Ten Percent Thief, a dystopian science fiction novel set in a future version of Bangalore known as Apex City. Lavanya is a Locus Award finalist and...

An Interview with Salinee Goldenberg

Salinee Goldenberg has countless merits to her name: author, artist, video producer, editor and mother of two fabulously judgmental cats (scroll down to see!). In this interview, we got to discuss her debut dark...

Trials of Empire, The Art of War new hardcovers, new books & more in our interview with Richard Swan

Today I got to interview fantasy and science fiction author Richard Swan, author of Empire of the Wolf trilogy (The Justice of Kings, The Tyranny of Faith, and The Trials of Empire) and The...

An Interview with Lee Mandelo

Lee Mandelo is the author of SUMMER SONS, FEED THEM SILENCE and the upcoming THE WOODS ALL BLACK. His work ranges across genres in speculative fiction and THE WOODS ALL BLACK especially skews to...

An Interview with Jay Kristoff

Jay Kristoff needs little introduction. He is the author of the Nevernight series, the Empire of the Vampire series and a range of YA novels. He also looks like Dave Grohl’s literary alter ego...
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An Interview with Gemma Amor

Gemma Amor is the Bristol-based Bram Stoker and British Fantasy Award nominated author of thirteen published books. Her books include Cruel Works of Nature, Dear Laura, White Pines, Girl on Fire, Six Rooms, Grief...

An Interview with Andrew Caldecott

Andrew Caldecott is one of the UK’s most unique writers. His genre-bending duology Momenticon and Simul is set in a dystopic future, highlighting many of our social issues in a stylised way. He weaves...

An Interview with Seth Dickinson

Seth Dickinson first astounded (and broke the hearts of) readers when they burst onto the scene with their 2015 debut novel, The Traitor Baru Cormorant, a fiery and unapologetic look at imperialism, rebellion and the...