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Interview With C.T. Phipps By: Michael Evan CT Phipps is an excellent writer. I’ve been a fan of his books since I picked up his first Supervillainy novel “The Rules of Supervillainy”, and found myself laughing hysterically, contemplating deeper things … Continue reading
Demotic or Not? By: L.E. Modesitt Jr. Originally, and still to linguists and historians, the word “demotic” referred to the day-to-day, or common, script used by ancient Egyptians for business transactions, records, and, most likely, what might have passed for … Continue reading
How Detailed Is Enough? By: L.E. Modesitt Jr. Many, many years ago, I wrote occasional reviews for a semi-noted SF&SF magazine… until I got into an argument with one of the editors about some details in a book. Two of … Continue reading
Violence against women in fantasy, or why we need #metoo especially in fantasy By Ulff Lehmann If you belong to that part of fandom that will now moan and say I’m politicizing the hobby, please fuck off, I don’t have … Continue reading
Noelle Nichols joins Michael and James to act as an impartial judge. C.T. Phipps also drops by to discuss his book, Rules of Supervillainy.
James and Michael are joined by Andy Peloquin to talk dark fantasy, cloning, and potentially to ruin a movie you’ve probably seen already.
Dead Man by Domino Finn Review by Steve Caldwell Author: Domino Finn Publisher: Blood and Treasure Release Date: 12/24/2015 ebook, 5/6/16 Audible Length : 296 pages, 7 hrs and 57 mins Audible Narrator: Neil Hellegars Cisco Suarez wakes up in … Continue reading
On the Creation and Completion of The Imager Portfolio By L.E. Modesitt Jr. The novels of The Imager Portfolio take place across roughly 800 years in the world of Terahnar, a world in which a minuscule percentage of the population … Continue reading
The King’s Henchmen by Craig Halloran Review by Steve Caldwell Length: 326 Pages Publisher: Two-Ten Book Press, Inc. Release Date: January 7, 2019 Genre: Portal Fantasy I have been a big fan of Craig Halloran’s writing ever since I discovered … Continue reading