We talk with best-selling sci-fi thriller author A. G. Riddle about putting humanity in peril in fiction and the parallels he sees to the real challenges we face today.
Human behavior during crisis, the great state of sci-fi writing today, and the odd parallels between The Last Emperox and the coronovirus pandemic are among the marvelous topics we tackle with John Scalzi.Read more
Multi-award-winning author N. K. Jemisin talks about how New York City is the perfect place to set a fantastical novel, even as the Empire State Building is now lit up "like the Eye of Sauron."
In Beyda's debut thriller, a young woman is recruited to act as a body double for a famous actress.
"I have learned that sometimes, you have to stop trying so hard; there is always a way, but you need to step back to see it. As for life without Cromwell, I don’t think that’s on the horizon."Read more
Rebecca Serle talks with us about the tension between fate and free will in her newest novel.Read more
World record-setter Colin O'Brady talks about his solo, seven-week trek across Antarctica's landmass, the mental strain of isolation, and his bonkers training regimen, as well as his book The Impossible First.Read more