Five questions with Rym Kechacha

Five questions with Rym Kechacha

We love this novel’s premise – two women separated by 8000 years, united in the fight to protect their families – so we invited Rym onto the blog to tell us all about Dark River! Dark River is your debut novel. Was it also the first full length...
Five questions with K.A. Doore

Five questions with K.A. Doore

We love verbose interviewees! When people are excited about a topic, their enthusiasm lights up the metaphorical room. This week we are delighted to have K.A. Doore on the blog with more than enough enthusiasm to go around! On your website, you call out what queer...
Five questions with Maura McHugh

Five questions with Maura McHugh

For our first set of five questions in 2020 – in the decade – we are excited to have a chameleon of creative mediums. Maura McHugh is a master of short stories, long-form prose, comics, and radio plays. Maura’s most recent work Judges: Psyche, a novella set in...
Five questions with Caitlin Starling

Five questions with Caitlin Starling

I still remember the day my father showed me The Terminator for the first time. We were sat at breakfast one morning when he turned to my mother and said, ‘I think she’s ready.’ Once I had finished eating my breakfast of Eggo waffles and ice cream,...
Five questions with V.S Holmes

Five questions with V.S Holmes

This week we’re joined by author and archaeologist V. S. Holmes, who discusses writing in different genres, the ins and outs of collaboration and whether spec fic is making any real progress in representing its full and diverse readership. You seem equally...
Five questions with Helena Coggan

Five questions with Helena Coggan

We asked Helena to come on the blog today to discuss YA fiction in all its guises – does it suffer from mostly being written by adults? Why are women so central to YA? Why does YA tend to gravitate toward dystopian narratives? All this and more… What do you...