Five questions with K Chess

Five questions with K Chess

Science fiction is incredibly versatile as a genre. It can be used to explore all sorts of different concepts and comment on the world around us. Author K Chess, in her debut novel Famous Men Who Never Lived, uses science fiction to delve into ideas of identity with...
Five questions with Sue Burke

Five questions with Sue Burke

After the exquisite science fiction film Arrival, along with Ann Leckie’s breakout Ancillary¬†Justice, I’ve been on a bit of a linguistics-inspired scifi journey. Like Leckie’s groundbreaking novel, Sue Burke’s debut is equally trailblazing....
Five questions with Julia Fine

Five questions with Julia Fine

Julia Fine’s debut novel,¬†What Should Be Wild, has been making almost every ‘what you should be reading now’ list in recent months. Those of you who are regular listeners of the podcast know that we have a soft spot for fairytales and fairytale...