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Kameron Hurley Interview

Kameron Hurley Interview 

I conducted this interview before the Hugo Awards ceremony. Back then, Kameron Hurley was “merely” a Hugo-nominated author. Now, she is a multiple-Hugo winning author! So congratulations are definitely in order as well as a big thank you for making time during the hectic publication period. In this interview, we talk about her upcoming book […]

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Details on Kameron Hurley’s next book…

If you keep up-to-date with the various awards and discussion that revolve around the forefront of fantasy and science-fiction literature, it would be hard for you not to have at very least heard of ‘Kameron Hurley’. In a genre where ‘strong women’ have – in the past at least – been rarely more than the genre […]

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Worldbuilding: It’s More Than a Pretty Map

Worldbuilding: It’s More Than a Pretty Map 

I know authors (and readers!) who hate fantasy worldbuilding. They hate it with a fiery passion. They even go so far as to hand wave whole settings, writing books that feel more like a screenplay – all dialogue and fight scenes – and less like fantasy novels. I’d argue that secondary world fantasy writers in […]

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God’s War by Kameron Hurley

God’s War by Kameron Hurley
3.5

“Nyx sold her womb somewhere between Punjai and Faleen, on the edge of the desert.” As opening lines go, they don’t come much better. It sets the book’s grim tone, establishes the level of desperation within Nyx, the main character (she certainly can’t be called a hero) and shows her absolute ruthlessness in doing what […]

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