Five questions with Marguerite Kenner

Five questions with Marguerite Kenner

This week we’re excited to welcome a fellow podcaster, Marguerite of Escape Artists. We asked her what it’s like to publish in audio, what kinds of stories she’s looking for as an editor, and whether the short story form is leading the way in the...
Five questions with Emma Newman

Five questions with Emma Newman

This week we’re delighted to host Emma Newman: author, narrator and LARPer. Here she talks about science fiction, her writing routine and the lessons she’s learned from penning a multi-book series. In your Planetfall series, you have gone for quite hard SF...
Five questions with Teresa Frohock

Five questions with Teresa Frohock

Teresa Frohock came to my attention under less than ideal circumstances. Last year, ebook piracy reared its ugly head, as genre authors highlighted just how much piracy hurt them. Teresa was one of the authors that spoke out. Her comments, along with Maggie...
Five questions with Jasmine Gower

Five questions with Jasmine Gower

If the cover art for Jasmine Gower’s new novel Moonshine doesn’t catch your breath, I don’t know what will. Fantasy stories are rarely set in new and different faux-historical settings, but Moonshine has an art-deco, prohibition-era aesthetic...
Five questions with Anna Stephens

Five questions with Anna Stephens

This week, BTGS is lucky enough to host one of the major fantasy debuts of 2017: Anna Stephens. We asked her about grimdark, what it’s like being a woman in the industry, how she writes female characters and why you should be reading Godblind. Without further...
Five questions with AC Macklin

Five questions with AC Macklin

This week we talk to AC Macklin, author, LARPer, and organiser of the SF&F writing event Right on Paper. 1. You regularly post “Twitterature”, a story told in 140 characters or less. How do you come up with so many fresh but concise ideas? I outsource! Every so...