I'm happy to announce that Armistice is pretty much here. Well, almost here. I thought it would happen this weekend but Monday is D-Day. Then it'll be available on Amazon for $3.99. This morning the book went out to Kōsa Press subscribers. As a way of showing my appreciation to you, my readers, might I … Continue reading Armistice: A Surprise
I dedicate this post to those who love reading short stories and to those who love writing them (including this writer). I'm reblogging an article from ScreenCraft about why short stories make such great movies. On top of that, and as a way of confirming the above, a producer friend of a friend explained that short … Continue reading The Awesome Power of Short Fiction
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
I'm looking over my shoulder at 2015 and I'm shaking my head in bemusement. Damn, it was a difficult year. It promised a lot of things but either failed to deliver or under delivered. But there were surprises too. And new promises. Lots of new promises. Kōsa Press brought out its first anthology These Broken Worlds … Continue reading Goodbye 2015, Come here 2016!
Today's post is quite a milestone. Welcome to the 50th Art of Fantasy post. Who would have thought this series would keep going like this? I certainly did not. At first, it was meant to show you my eclectic taste in fantasy art and share the love, but then it evolved into something else. A way … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 50: Víctor A. Mínguez
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
Viktor Titov is a concept artist and illustrator based in Voronezh, Russia. He is co-founder of Grafit Studio, an outsourcing company specialising in concept art, illustrations and marketing-advertising products. Viktor uses mostly digital paint as medium and there is a classic, almost fine art style to his work. Adding fantasy as subject matter, his paintings are … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 25: Viktor Titov