I love his Joe Pitt books and because I started a reread I’m re-presenting this interview I conducted with him.
I just introduced my goddaughter to an old favorite of mine Return to Oz which scared the shit out of me as a kid in a way none of the iconic horror films of the decade did. No better time to re-present a lengthy interview I conducted with cartoonist Eric Shanower who has Oz stripes.
Some really good stuff in this old chat I had with Sturges. For fans of Vertgio, DC comics, storytelling, and/or speculative fiction in general.
My favorite post title so far. This is how I gauge myself, people.
Talking science fiction, fantasy, and publishing with Paul Park.
Poolside with baby Cable reliving ’90s X-Men.
Pandemic streaming is here.
Just go buy all Jonathan Carroll novels.
The first steps within a whole new world. Time to dual-wield.
lalalalalala… you the first time the Smurfs revealed themselves and Smurfette’s first original hair color exposed!
That’s a lot of words. I just tried to chip in about a buck fifty. Lots of great and unique takes about science fiction, speculative fiction in general, publishing, literature, his novels, and… hell?
Bridges are cool. The stories that bind us together are even more cool.
Why is this not the most talked about book in science fiction and fantasy?
A key date in the history of Malaz is told to us by Ian Cameron Esslemont. Bring your knives.
A childhood favorite of mine introduced me to beautiful prose at a young age.
Where part of the legend and reality of Caine is born.