Five questions with Heather Rose Jones

Five questions with Heather Rose Jones

We talked to Heather Rose Jones about the eternal popularity of Regency novels, what magic can bring to a historical narrative and how class, gender and sexual identity intersect in women’s stories. The Regency is a popular historical setting for writers. What...
Five questions with Kerstin Hall

Five questions with Kerstin Hall

Here at Breaking the Glass Slipper, we cannot get enough of the wonderful novellas being released by Tor.com publishing. The diversity in the authors and subject matter is delightful to see, especially when it comes to taking risks with stories other more traditional...
Five questions with Alex Harrow

Five questions with Alex Harrow

Rogues have long been fan favourites in a lot of sci-fi fandoms, from Han Solo and Jim Kirk to Wydrin in The Copper Cat. We love these morally ambiguous trouble-makers at Breaking the Glass Slipper, which is why we are so excited to introduce you to Damian from Alex...
Five questions with Agnes Gomillion

Five questions with Agnes Gomillion

I’m not saying I started this podcast as a way to defend my increasingly expensive reading habit, but… I definitely did just that! And it is books like Agnes Gomillion’s The Record Keeper that continue to make me excited about genre fiction. If...
Five Questions with Katie Lowe

Five Questions with Katie Lowe

What’s your ideal novel pitch? I read somewhere that Katie Lowe’s debut novel, The Furies, was The Craft meets The Secret History. While I may not have thought about what the perfect novel might sound like in a pitch, I now have a damn good idea. Not only...
Five questions with Verity Holloway

Five questions with Verity Holloway

At Breaking the Glass Slipper, we love supporting indie publishers and authors. One of our favourite indie publishers in the spec fic space at the moment is Unsung Stories, who are publishing challenging, unique speculative fiction narratives, with a healthy...