SFFWorld.com: The Setbacks and Joys of Universe Building by M.J. Kelley

M.J. Kelly, publisher and founder of Kōsa Press, wrote an article for SFFWorld.com, one of the oldest genre websites featuring the best in Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror. In the article, Kelley talks about writers staying true to their vision when creating a universe from the ground up and he also explains the hurdles and … Continue reading SFFWorld.com: The Setbacks and Joys of Universe Building by M.J. Kelley

From Dark Fantasy to Science Fiction: My Kōsa Press Interview

I did an interview over at Kōsa Press. The questions were interesting and non-standard and I had fun answering them. I think you might enjoy reading it. Here is an excerpt: KPT: One main component of the universe portrayed in These Broken Worlds and Interspecies is not a lot of the Earth is habitable anymore. Many of the aliens and … Continue reading From Dark Fantasy to Science Fiction: My Kōsa Press Interview

Dwarves, Dragons, Wizards and Elves: Thinking About the Standard Fantasy Setting

I found this article useful. It makes you think about how we view recurring characters in fantasy, the giant impact Tolkien had on this genre, and how we should use more creative freedom in generating our stories. There are no limits on how high our imaginations can soar. There are no limits on worldbuilding, on … Continue reading Dwarves, Dragons, Wizards and Elves: Thinking About the Standard Fantasy Setting