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...
Re-imaginings with Christina Henry

Re-imaginings with Christina Henry

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSIf you love a story, you love reading it over and over again. But you can also get joy out of reading someone’s reinterpretation of it. When authors decide to take old stories that we know and love and turn them into...
With a little help from our friends…

With a little help from our friends…

Hello beautiful listeners, Breaking the Glass Slipper is now into its third year (hooray)! We’ve loved exploring the topics which are important to us, learning from guests, being part of the community, and we’re so encouraged by the conversations now taking place...
Five questions with Jenn Lyons

Five questions with Jenn Lyons

With her debut fantasy The Ruin of Kings just hitting the shelves, we caught up with author Jenn Lyons and asked her a few searching questions about one of our favourite topics – dragons!* *may also contain kraken Dragons! What made you fall in love with...
Five questions with Genevieve Cogman

Five questions with Genevieve Cogman

On the blog this week is author Genevieve Cogman, whose Invisible Library series centres around the eternal struggle between the forces of chaos and order, represented respectively by the Fae and the Dragons. The fifth and latest instalment, The Mortal Word, continues...
Layers and landscapes with Aliya Whiteley

Layers and landscapes with Aliya Whiteley

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSWhat is speculative fiction and what can it offer the world? Aliya Whiteley’s work has been described as “stark, poetic and forthright”, and certainly not easily classified. We talk to her about how...