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A self-described freelance penmonkey, Chuck Wendig has written novels, screenplays, and games. And over the past ten years, he has built up quite a following on his blog, TerribleMinds. There you’ll find rants, ravings, the occasional recipe, and advice about the art and business of writing. As Fantasy-Faction is a home for readers, writers, and [...]
This month, I interviewed Margaret Curelas, Acquisitions Editor of Tyche Books, a Canadian speculative fiction small press publisher. Tyche Books can be found online at tychebooks.com or on twitter @TycheBooks. What prompted the creation of Tyche Books? Tyche was created when Tina Moreau and I were both on maternity leave. We had previously worked together [...]
This is part two of our interview with author Robin Hobb. You can read part one here. Now back to the questions! We’ve got a guest question now from an author I believe you’re familiar with (at least, I saw your quote on his UK novel: Prince of Thorns), Mark Lawrence: The first work of [...]
I’m happy to announce that the amazingly talented Robin Hobb has taken time out of her busy schedule to answer some questions for Fantasy-Faction! Robin is the author of the recently completed Rain Wild Chronicles, along with a host of other series including: The Farseer Trilogy, Liveship Traders Trilogy, Soldier Son Trilogy, and many more. [...]
Liesel Schwarz is the author of the recently published Edwardian steampunk novel A Conspiracy of Alchemists, first book in the Chronicles of Light and Shadow series. She was gracious enough to take time to talk with us here at Fantasy-Faction. So without further ado, on to the interview! To get started, who is Liesel Schwarz [...]
When you talk about mainstream fantasy, one of the first names you have to mention is Brandon Sanderson. Making his debut with the interesting Elantris in 2005, before going on to his first trilogy in 2006, Mistborn, Brandon’s name was quickly put forward to finish the Wheel of Time series following the loss of Robert [...]