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Interviews & Profiles

  • A.C. Wise interviews A.M. Dellamonica, author of A Daughter of No Nation.
  • The LA Times interviews Lawrence Kasdan, screenwriter for The Force Awakens.
  • No Wasted Ink interviews Pat Harris.
  • Rudy Rucker and Bruce Sterling talk about TRANSREAL CYBERPUNK.
  • Sci-fi fantasy Network interviews Ellen Croshain, author of Cruelty.
  • Scientific American interviews Physicist Basil Hiley.
  • Twin Cities Geek interviews Shale Nelson, contributor to the recently released anthology The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2015.
  • Unlikely Story interviews Rose Lemberg of “The Shapes of Us, Translucent to Your Eye.”
  • USA Today interviews Ruby Lionsdrake, author of Frost Station Alpha.


Events & Event News

Crowd Funding

  • The Fierce Are Fading – A 200+ page science-fiction/thriller graphic novel set in modern day, following the mysterious adventures of FBI Agent Riley Harper.
  • Lost Generation – In 2083, a mentally ill man and his long time companion travel across a distressed country, seeking prosperity and a cure.
  • NORO / a science fiction drama – directed by Duncan Roe – a short science fiction drama that challenges the moral path of the evolution of A.I.
  • Practical Applications For Multiverse Theory – Imagine the hell of a high school group project. Now, complete that project across endless universes.
  • SAMSARA: The Graphic Novel – On a quest across the galaxy, an exiled soldier encounters gods, astronomical events, & psychedelic experiences to find his lost love.
  • Transreal Cyberpunk – Nine wild, weird and wondrous stories written together by cyberpunk masters Rudy Rucker and Bruce Sterling over thirty years.



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