Fantasy authors and illustrators who published after 2000 CE.
Clark Thomas Carlton Interview
“We are word junkies. It’s a habit that distresses us and has its frustrations, but it’s an addiction so fulfilling we are never giving it up.” ~~ Clark Thomas Carlton
Edward Lee Interview
Edward Lee, author of over fifty speculative fiction books, declares, “More than any of that, though, meeting fans is always the best part. They’re the only reason I’m not washing dishes in a restaurant!”
Frank Cavallo interview
Frank Cavallo says, “I’m not much of a believer in religion or faith – however, I am interested very deeply in how those two things shape our lives. I don’t pretend to know the answers to any of the big questions, but for just that reason I’m endlessly fascinated with the uncertainty of it all.”
Jack Maddox Interview
feature a lot of monsters, but also characters living on foodstamps, who've lost loved ones, are in good or bad marriages...I firmly believe that keeping a fantasy tale's feet on the ground makes it accessible for everyone.”
Jamie Brindle Advice to Writers
Jamie Brindle - author and physician - gives advice to authors.
Jamie Brindle Tells More
More from the delightful Jamie Brindle!
JuQuan Williams Author Interview
I e-met Quan Williams through our publisher – Dave Barnett at Necropublications. I read and absolutely loved his book Godmode. He is a dynamic writer and I believe he will become one of your favorite speculative fiction authors.
Michele Wallace Capanelli
Interview with New York Times Best-selling author Michele Wallace Capanelli
Raegan Butcher Interview
Poet, singer, actor, ex-convict, and underground cult figure, Raegan Butcher first began writing at the age of fourteen.
Recommended Fantasy Books - Kids & Young Adult
Kids and young adult fantasy picks
Recommended Fantasy Books - Urban Fantasy
Book gift ideas that emphasize modern magic and dark fantasy
Recommended SF - general
Recommended science fiction involving multiple realities, philosophy, and the apocalypse, as well as anthologies
Recommended SF - Space Opera & Space Travel
recommended science fiction labeled space opera or about space travel
Ruth Karas an Interview
I was raised in Texas, but call Los Angeles my home. The Crystal Rose is my first novel. I was inspired by my young daughter’s love of dragons, which lead me to write a book about a young woman who becomes a sorceress and enjoys the company of dragons. ~~ Ruth Karas
Ryan Dawson interview
I want my characters' struggles with external forces to mirror the struggles they face within themselves. The hardest part of that is giving the external forces weight and life of their own. ~~
Ryan Z. Dawson
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A goblin king blackmails a magical human into stealing an enchanted sword from a faerie who has a really great guy as her champion. Add a band of renegade goblins who masquerade as cats, and you have one of the best fantasy novels I’ve read in quite a while.
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