The above image is a small strip I cut from our cover for Interspecies. It's a teaser of what's to come. Remember last year when I did a blog post on Kōsa Press titled, The Magnificently Dark Piofoks, in which I showcased our cover artist's talent? Well, this is part of that beautiful and awesome cover he made … Continue reading Babylon’s Song is Done!
Or more precisely, my three short stories in These Broken Worlds have been nominated for the Sir Julius Vogel Award. In 'A Tale of Two Moons,' an alien longs for her destroyed homeworld. In 'The Day the Sky Burned,' I give a ground zero view of the day the Great Alien War broke out, and in … Continue reading I’ve Been Nominated for the Sir Julius Vogel Award
#Art of Fantasy is slightly delayed this week, but this time, it's intentional, and when I say delayed I mean by mere hours, a day at the most. And the reason? We are showcasing our cover artist for "Interspecies" over on Kōsa Press today and the excitement is eating us up. Seriously, it feels like I have … Continue reading Kōsa Press: The Magnificently Dark Piofoks
I have another log entry for you from my alter ego, Wifelier Docht, over at The Collective SF's blog. This latest installment is a bit grim and may just qualify as sci-fi-horror. You be the judge of that: Skin-Deep Will I ever escape? Do I dare think this? How many times over the 300 years have … Continue reading The Collective SF / Skin-Deep
My subscribers already saw the cover for my upcoming Collective SF story, Hameln-13, and today at the Halloween party I had my official cover and synopsis reveal. Just to give you some quick background info for those who don't know, The Collective SF is a group of authors who write in a shared universe where slave-scribes toil tethered … Continue reading Hameln-13 Cover Reveal and a Surprise Gift
I have interviewed people in my professional capacity as a lawyer and I have given author interviews about my work, but I have never interviewed another author or artist for my blog or anywhere else for that matter. Of course, I've toyed with the idea and I may have mentioned it once or twice on … Continue reading Interviewing The Collective SF: Xavier Granville