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AISFP 287 – Janet Morris and Chris Morris

Janet and Chris Morris join us to discuss how to write in the ancient world, among many other topics.   This episode is brought to you by Islands, an audio drama based on a novella from Eric Flint, adapted by Tony Daniels, and published by Baen books. A four-part, full cast audio play adaptation of […]

Book Review: Brother by Ania Ahlborn

Ania Ahlborn’s Brother reminds me a lot of Cormac McCarthy’s Child of God, which to me is entirely a good thing. If I were to pitch this book to someone, I would probably say it was like if Erskine Caldwell wrote House of 1000 Corpses. The Morrows are a family with strange traditions. If “strange” […]

SFF Book Releases – October 20, 2015

Welcome to another round of the SFF Book Releases This Week! If you are an indie or small press author and would like your book included in this list, email us at adventuresinscifipublishing [at] gmail [dot] com. If you love free books, reviews, crocodiles, and podcasts, sign up to our AISFP Wormhole newsletter. Long time readers, if you […]

AISFP 312 — The Grim Tidings Takeover with Victor Milan

Warning: The Grim Tidings Podcast takes over AISFP in this special episode where Brent chats with Rob Matheny and Philip Overby about the world of Grimdark, their new…ish show and they play a game of “How Grimdark is it?” Rob and Philip then interview Victor Milan, author of The Dinosaur Lords from Tor Books. This […]

AISFP Sale during Hugos Week

In between checking if I’ve packed enough shirts and already missing my son cooing in his room next door, I’d like to share with you some sales on books by AISFP producers during the next five days. It’s the least we can do to thank our audience for nominating us, and hopefully more of you […]

AISFP 309 — Peter Orullian, Trial of Intentions

Brent and Kristi talk with modern-Renaissance man Peter Orullian about his most recent novel Trial of Intentions from Tor books and, being that he works on Microsoft’s Xbox — most recently leading the music and entertainment marketing strategy for Xbox LIVE, of course … video games.

AISFP 305 – Karin and Patrick Weekes, Video Games (part 2)

Brent and Kristi chat with Bioware writer and editor, respectively, Patrick and Karin Weekes. They discuss the differences in working in that medium versus working on prose, including pioneering the romance wheel heart option in RPGs and including diverse characters in games. For those of you who haven’t heard Kristi fangirling on the show, the Weekes have worked on the AAA Bioware video game series Mass Effect and Dragon Age (interview begins at about 29:45).

AISFP 304 – Karin and Patrick Weekes, Video Games

Brent and Kristi chat with Bioware writer and editor, respectively, Patrick and Karin Weekes. They discuss how one finds himself or herself in the land of video games and the differences in working in that medium versus working on prose. For those of you who haven’t heard Kristi fangirling on the show, the Weekes have worked on the AAA Bioware video game series Mass Effect and Dragon Age (interview begins at about 39:05).

Guest Post: Antiheroes … or Not by Betsy Dornbusch

Antiheroes … or Not by Betsy Dornbusch Betsy is the author of a dozen short stories, three novellas, and three novels. She also is an editor with the speculative fiction magazine Electric Spec and the longtime proprietress of Sex Scenes at Starbucks. You also can follow Betsy on Twitter. Her most recent novel in the Books of the […]

Books Received: 2014

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