The Goddess Project by Bryan Wigmore
 

The Goddess Project

Review

 
Ruthanna Emrys Interview – Deep Roots
 

Ruthanna Emrys

Interview - Deep Roots

 
How Ideas Become Stories
 

How Ideas Become Stories

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Small Press, Big Stories: Shadow Alley Press

Small Press, Big Stories: Shadow Alley Press 

Today on #smallpressbigstories, Michael Gruneir gives us a look at James A. Hunter’s publishing company: Shadow Alley Press. I am a huge fan of James Hunter’s work. He was also my very first interview at Fantasy-Faction. I talked to him recently about his publishing company Shadow Alley Press, its beginnings, its projects, and its mission statement. […]

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The Sons of Heaven by Kage Baker

The Sons of Heaven by Kage Baker
4.5

Whew. Eight books and several hundred years later (or several hundred thousand years, depending on whether you’re counting from the Spanish Inquisition or Options Research and Back Way Back… time travel is a rather messy business to write about), here we are. 2355. The Silence. All the pieces are going to come together, and after […]

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The Machine’s Child by Kage Baker

The Machine’s Child by Kage Baker
4

I have some very mixed feelings about The Machine’s Child. On the one hand, I think I will always love Kage Baker’s work. The future she paints is intricate and engaging, and the visions of the past are playful without being mocking. This next installment in the Company series propels us further still to 2355 […]

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E. J. Swift Interview – Paris Adrift

E. J. Swift Interview – Paris Adrift 

E. J. Swift is the author of the Osiris Project trilogy, whose three novels Osiris (2012) Cataviero (2013) and Tamaruq (2015) explore a world transfigured by climate change, in a water-bound city in which the elite live in luxury whilst the have-nots live in poverty. Her award-winning short fiction has appeared in Interzone, and the […]

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Scylla and Charybdis by Lindsey Duncan

Scylla and Charybdis by Lindsey Duncan
3.5

We’re shot into the future. Life has taken an unexpected turn of events. Our space explorations have not gone as planned. As the human race has spread beyond Earth, we’ve caught the attention of an alien race, the Derithe, who have engineered a disease specifically to target males on colonised planets. Faced with the destruction […]

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James Barclay Interview

James Barclay Interview 

The last few years there have been a ton of new faces in SFF that we have highlighted on Fantasy-Faction. Today we will instead be speaking with someone who has been writing for longer than we’ve existed as a website and whose work has been featured here almost every year since then. James Barclay hit […]

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Annihilation – Movie Review

Annihilation – Movie Review 

Spoiler Warning: This review contains minor spoilers for the movie Annihilation. Please read with caution if you have yet to see the movie. You can find our review of the book Annihilation, on which the movie is based, here. Annihilation is one of those rare films where the writer/director tossed a whole lot of science fiction […]

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Reincarnation Blues by Michael Poore

Reincarnation Blues by Michael Poore
5

People acquire books in all kinds of ways. Book boxes mail out a semi-random selection. Friends and relatives gift books we may or may not really enjoy. In this case, I was handed a copy of Reincarnation Blues by Michael Poore himself during Book Con in New York City. I wasn’t initially stoked. The cover […]

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James Lovegrove Interview

James Lovegrove Interview 

Before each interview, we at Fantasy-Faction like to tell our readers a bit about the interviewee, in case they are new to an author’s work. Today I believe we shall let said author, and his extensive catalog of works, speak for themselves. James Lovegrove is the author of over 50 acclaimed novels and books for […]

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The Children of the Company by Kage Baker

The Children of the Company by Kage Baker
5

Oh. My. God. Those are just about the only words I can think to describe my reaction to reading The Children of the Company. While I don’t know that I’d call the book a break from the main narrative (in large part because I didn’t really think I needed a break and am eager to […]

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Fonda Lee Interview – Jade City

Fonda Lee Interview – Jade City 

Today we have a real treat for you! Fonda Lee, author of the Nebula nominated Jade City, is here to speak with us! If you’ve not read Jade City you are missing out. But fear not! On top of today’s interview, we have a review of the novel coming up tomorrow! But before we get […]

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Paris Adrift by E. J. Swift

Paris Adrift by E. J. Swift
4.5

“I always imagined that it was possible to cast off those elements of myself that I disliked or did not want. I had come to Paris cleansed; in my wake was a trail of the undesirable, stretching back like flotsam after the tide. I didn’t plan to look back. But that’s an impossible ambition. Your […]

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