G. Scott Huggins, one of the contributing authors to the upcoming Gunsmoke & Dragonfire anthology, has been working on a blog project that I can’t help but love! Check out William Shakespeare’s Dune, which, as Scott puts it, is”an effort to meld two of my great loves from my youth: the Bard of Avon and […]
Gunsmoke & Dragonfire is an anthology of fantasy western stories. I had the pleasure of interviewing Sara Codair, author of “Red Tide Rising,” one of the stories in the anthology!
Sara is an emerging enby writer whose work has appeared in Broadswords & Blasters, Unnerving Magazine, Vulture Bones, and many other places. They write speculative #ownvoices works on non-binary life, queerness, and mental health, and their debut novel Power Surge was published by NineStar Press in 2018.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Gunsmoke & Dragonfire author R. Daniel Lester on Kickstarter Live! I’ll be premiering that video on YouTube tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. Pacific / 12 p.m. Eastern if you want to chat with me about the video or the project.
Gunsmoke & Dragonfire: A Fantasy Western Anthology is now available for pre-order on Kindle! For January Only we are offering a special pre-order price of only 99 cents! The price will continue to go up in increments until it reaches full price upon release. From the drought-plagued plains of Mars, to a post-apocalyptic Canada, to […]
Recently, The Toronto Star published an article stating that after the Canadian Writers Union conducted a survey, Canadian writers make an average of $9,380 CAD per year. There are many problems with this survey, the primary one being that this is strictly a survey of the Canadian Writers Union, and I would hazard a guess […]
By Arkady Martine Right now, the largest and most deadly wildfire in California history is burning. Last year, Hurricane Harvey drowned southeast Texas under punishing, endless rain; a month ago, Hurricane Florence did the same to North Carolina. Apocalyptic-scale disasters happen every day (and more often now, as climate change intensifies weather patterns all over […]