Five questions with Aimee Ogden

Five questions with Aimee Ogden

Re-inventing the fairytale and fairytale mashups have become more popular in recent months. Writers are thinking beyond the tropes that shape these stories, experimenting with new settings and themes while retaining the kernel of the original tale. Aimee Ogden is here...
Five Questions with Maggie Nowakowska

Five Questions with Maggie Nowakowska

To mark publication of Geek Elders Speak, an anthology exploring the history of women creators, we spoke to one of its editors, Maggie Nowakowska, about the ways in which fandom has changed over the last fifty years. ABOUT THE BOOK Fandom was a versatile place way...
Five questions with A. K. Larkwood

Five questions with A. K. Larkwood

What do you get when you mix science fiction with fantasy… and a lot of queer orcs? A. K. Larkwood’s debut novel, The Unspoken Name! Why did you want to mashup scifi and fantasy tropes within the one narrative? How did you manage readers’...

Five questions with Ana Lal Din

At Breaking the Glass Slipper, we want to promote diverse voices in fiction. Thankfully, the SFF community seems to be opening up and we are seeing more and more texts written by and about more than the traditional white, male medieval European narratives. Ownvoices...
The Best Horror for Snowy Days

The Best Horror for Snowy Days

Various parts of the UK are facing snow right now. If you’re a snow-lover but haven’t had any yet, then fear not! Charlotte has made a list of the top books you can read to evoke the silence, majesty, and purity of the snow – combined with something...
Five Questions with Alison Littlewood

Five Questions with Alison Littlewood

‘Tis the season to be scared! With her Christmas ghost story, Mistletoe, now available in paperback, December seemed the perfect month to talk to Alison Littlewood about why we have such a love of ghost stories at this time of year. What was the inspiration...