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Blood-Stained Love

REVIEW: Blood-Stained Love

Blood-Stained Love is the latest supplement for Vampire: The Masquerade and I have to say that it is a supplement I was looking forward to a lot. I’m a big fan of storytelling supplements...
Ghost Station

REVIEW: Ghost Station by S.A. Barnes

S.A Barnes’ Ghost Station follows Dr. Ophelia Bray, a psychiatrist who needs time to let fervor over the public suicide of one of her patients subside. While many people might move into pure research,...

REVIEW: Space Punks by Anna Mocikat

Space Punks by Anna Mocikat is a book I’ve been looking forward to for some time. It is a cyberpunk-space opera hybrid that is a bit akin Cowboy Bebop or Outlaw Star if you...

REVIEW: The Jasad Heir by Sara Hashem

The Jasad Heir is a story about fate and corruption just as much as it is one about dark magic and romance. Sara Hashem’s debut Fantasy digs its roots deep into a very real...

REVIEW: The Last of the Atalanteans by P.L. Stuart

A drowned kingdom may rise again in The Last of the Atalanteans, the second volume of P.L. Stuart’s Drowned Kingdom Saga, a dark epic fantasy inspired by the mythology of Atlantis. The Last of...
Jeff vandermeer

An Interview with Jeff VanderMeer

Jeff VanderMeer is a New York Times-bestselling author, editor, and critic, known as one of the pioneers of the New Weird movement in speculative fiction. VanderMeer has published over ten novels, including the Nebula...

An Interview With Mia Tsai

Taiwanese American author Mia Tsai just released her first novel, a xianxia-inspired contemporary fantasy titled Bitter Medicine. It combines myth, religion, and magic with a splash of romance into an engaging story that I believe even...
David dalglish

An Interview with David Dalglish

David Dalglish is a highly prolific author, with over fifteen self-published and twelve traditionally published epic fantasy novels to his name. Dalglish’s fantasy series include The Half-Orcs (self-published), Shadowdance (Orbit Books), The Paladins (self-published),...

Guest Post: How to Research by Anna Stephens

Anna Stephen’s latest novel, The Jaguar Path, is out now from Harper Voyager (read our review here), and we’re very excited to be sharing this exclusive article about her research for the series with...

REVIEW: Hild by Nicola Griffith

Nicola Griffith’s Hild has deservedly become a classic of its genre. Published 2013, this historical novel is based on the early life of Hild of Whitby, a seventh-century saint and abbess of the monastery...