Don’t Show, Don’t Tell – Guest Blog by K. C. Alexander
 

Don’t Show, Don’t Tell

Guest Blog by K. C. Alexander

 
Big Fish & Begonia – Movie Review
 

Big Fish & Begonia

Movie Review

 
Monthly Short Story Winner: Regret and Redemption
 

Monthly Short Story Winner

“Keeper of the Clockwork Queen”

 

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Redemption’s Blade by Adrian Tchaikovsky – Cover Reveal

Redemption’s Blade by Adrian Tchaikovsky – Cover Reveal 

The holidays are coming. And I’m sure the biggest question on your minds is: What is Fantasy-Faction getting us and when do we get to open it?? Well. The answer is awesome and today! The lovely folks at Solaris Books have given us the privilege of sharing the cover for Adrian Tchaikovsky’s next novel, Redemption’s […]

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Interview with Janisha Chatterjee

Interview with Janisha Chatterjee 

Eric Brown is a prolific writer of speculative fiction and whether writing about telepath’s investigating sinister cults on distant spaceports; an isolated populace of New York in 2040; or a half-british, half-Indian student evading Russian assassins in an alternative and steampunky India: you can be assured of a fast-paced novel set within a highly imaginative world that is full of interesting […]

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The Guns of Ivrea by Clifford Beal

The Guns of Ivrea by Clifford Beal
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A few years ago I read and enjoyed Gideon’s Angel by Clifford Beal. It was a novel set in 17th Century England and was enhanced with light fantasy elements, most prominently magical artefacts and religious beings. It was a very clever novel, well-paced, full of masterful descriptions of the times and had some great characters too. That […]

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Interview with Jonathan Oliver

Interview with Jonathan Oliver 

Here in the UK we have some of the very best Editors and today I feel incredibly privileged to interview one of my favourites and one I truly look up to – as someone who recently published their own anthology and first short story – Jonathan Oliver. For those unfamiliar with Jonathan, he is Editor-in-chief […]

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