Five questions with TJ Berry

Five questions with TJ Berry

I love Star Trek and Star Wars, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. People would constantly tell me that I had to like one or the other. Nonsense. I could – and do – simply like what I like. So while some people may baulk at TJ Berry’s mixing of genres tropes...
Five questions with Arkady Martine

Five questions with Arkady Martine

I like to keep an eye on the ‘best new’ lists that do the rounds at the beginning of every month, highlighting some of the titles hitting shelves. One book, in particular, caught my eyes recently, A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine. A space opera...
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...