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Interviews & Profiles

  • Blogcritics interviews Sarah Remy, author of Stonehill Downs.
  • Den of Geek interviews Ethan Hawke, star of Good Kill.
  • Electric Literature interviews Cynan Jones, author of The Dig.
  • Ginger Nuts of Horror interviews Jasper Bark, author of Stuck on You.
  • My Bookish Ways interviews Fonda Lee, author of Zeroboxer.
  • The Qwillery interviews Jon Land, author of Black Scorpion: The Tyrant Reborn.
  • Reddit recently held an AMA for Alan Tudyk of the upcoming web series Con Man.
  • SFF World interviews Wesley Chu, author of The Rebirths of Tao.
  • Suvudu interviews Ken Liu, author of The Grace of Kings.


Events & Event News

  • The Inkwell Awards, a non-profit organization devoted to the art of inking, will be revealing the unique results of its fifth annual Joe Sinnott Inking Challenge in a series of fund-raising online auctions beginning Saturday, April 11. This is the ‘main event’ to the recently announced Sinnott Spring Celebration of auctions running from March through May containing Joe Sinnott donations. All submitted art, from last year’s to the current pieces, can be viewed at The Inkwell’s ComicArtFans gallery. The first wave of inked blue-line original art from this Challenge will be on the auction block beginning Saturday, April 11 at the Inkwells’ eBay store. Subsequent waves will begin each week thereafter. The art will later be collected into book form.
  • The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival is returning to New York City for its fourth annual event from January 14-17, 2016. The festival will screen at the superb Tribeca Cinemas for the second year in a row and is now accepting submissions of sci-fi and fantastic films through Withoutabox. Deadlines include June 15, 2015 (Early Bird Deadline), September 15, 2015 (Regular Deadline), December 1, 2015 (Late Deadline) and December 7, 2015 (WAB Extended Deadline).

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