Five questions with Eeleen Lee

Five questions with Eeleen Lee

There has been a wealth of excellent science fiction by female writers of late. Personally, I love experimental Scifi – and Ann Leckie’s success would suggest other readers do too! Which is good news for Eeleen Lee’s new novel, Liquid Crystal Nightingale,...
Five questions with Amber Royer

Five questions with Amber Royer

Space opera and… chocolate?! What an intriguing mix! We just had to dig into what inspired Amber Royer’s Chocoverse series. Chocolate and sci-fi! These aren’t a traditional combination. How and why did you come up with this mix? One of my all-time...
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 Kellie Doherty

Five questions with Kellie Doherty

Here at Breaking the Glass Slipper, we are all about celebrating writers. In the hopes of helping readers find new and exciting writers, we aim to introduce our listeners to writers they may not have come across before. In the first of a new series of ‘five...
Kameron Hurley on feminist SF and space operas

Kameron Hurley on feminist SF and space operas

Science fiction writer Kameron Hurley is the latest victim to naively offer to be interviewed by me. Already well-known for her award-winning essay ‘We Have Always Fought’, several successful series (including God’s War, Worldbreaker Saga, and Bel Dame Apocrypha), and...