Winners of the BSFA Awards Announced

The British Science Fiction Association has announced the winners of their awards for work published in 2018. There were four categories up for grabs, Best Novel, Best Shorter Fiction, Best Non-Fiction and Best Artwork. The winners in each catergory are listed below: Best Novel Embers of War by Gareth L Powell (Titan Books) Best Shorter Fiction... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Em Frappier

Em Frappier is an author and playwright, as well as a theater nerd and hiker. She likes conflicted characters and fantastic situations. When not writing, you can find her on the top of a mountain somewhere in Vermont. What’s your favourite part of the lifestyle of an Author? My favorite part of the author lifestyle... Continue Reading →

The Junkyard King – John Tarrant

A shimmering red bubble surrounded The Junkyard King, a foot-tall midget in a diaper. He stood on a tower of smashed cars and space cruisers. Black hair covered his chest. A small flask lay at his feet and he clutched a fat cigar and blew clouds of smoke. In the other hand he held a... Continue Reading →

2018 Nebula Award Winners

The Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America have announced the 2018 winners of the world famous Nebula Awards. The full list of winners with the nominated works for each category can be seen on the Nebulas website. You can see the winners of each category below: Best Novel  Winner: The Calculating Stars by Mary Robinette Kowal, published... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Joshua Sanofsky

Joshua Sanofsky is a life-long native of Western Massachusetts. He spends his daylight hours disguised as a mild-mannered IT specialist, trying to get inanimate objects to talk to him and work the way he tells them to. He spends his nights trying to keep all of the animated characters in his imagination from saying too... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Reni K Amayo

Reni K was born and raised in London to two Nigerian immigrant parents, both of whom had dreams about young Reni following in their medical footsteps. Reni K, however, had other plans. Instead she chose to spend her time writing young adult fantasy fiction featuring strong diverse female leads. Reni K’s upcoming book Daughter Of... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Jamie Stewart

My name is Jamie Stewart. I am currently twenty-eight years old.  I live in Northern Ireland with my wife and our two dogs.  I have been writing since the age of nine.  I’ve written multiple novels and dozens of short stories over the years because it’s more fun than living in the real world. I... Continue Reading →

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