AISFP 228 – Matt Bialer, Part Two, Literary Agent Advice

Shaun Farrell returns for the second part of his podcast interview with Matt Bialer, poet, street photographer and literary agent. Part One (AISFP 227) centered on his newest release, Black Powder, an epic poem for fans of urban myths. Head over to that post to enter the GIVEAWAY for Sea Change by S.M. Wheeler. In […]

Book Giveaway: SEA CHANGE by S.M. Wheeler

Thanks to our dear friends at Tor, we have a hardback copy of the debut novel, Sea Change by S.M. Wheeler. Enter by commenting below about why you’d like to read Sea Change. If you’ve never heard about this book: Book Description: The unhappy child of two powerful parents who despise each other, young Lilly turns to the […]

Parsec Awards 2013 – WINNERS

I’m sorry to announce that Adventures in SciFi Publishing did not bring home a Parsec Award, but am thrilled to put together this list full of outstanding content I’ve yet to hear. Huge congratulations to all the winners! (data collected from Parsec Awards website and their Twitter feed) Best Speculative Fiction Comedy/Parody Podcast Whether they […]

AISFP 227 – Matt Bialer, Part One, Black Powder

Shaun Farrell is back, for a couple more episodes–we won’t say his last–to interview poet and literary agent for Sanford J. Greenburger Associates, Matt Bialer, about his recent release, “Black Powder,” an epic poem “for people who watch the Discovery channel at 3AM.” Giveaway details for Sea Change by S.M. Wheeler at bottom of post. […]

Reading Challenge: R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril, VIII, hosted by Carl V. Anderson

Carl V. Anderson hosts the blog, Stainless Steel Droppings, a speculative fiction and art review site, as well as a Short Fiction Friday segment at SF Signal. For the last eight years, he’s also hosted R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril, an Autumn reading challenge (September 1st through October 31st) focusing on Horror, Mysteries, and any Dark Fiction […]

AISFP 226 – Jason Hough, Part Two

Timothy C. Ward and Michael R. Underwood are back to interview Jason Hough in time for the release of The Exodus Towers: The Dire Earth Cycle: Two. Here’s the link for Part One of their interview. Discussed: Practice novels, how Sara Megibow (Jason and Michael’s agent) helped him with developing as a writer How listening […]

Book Release: Uncanny Day by Cory Clubb

UNCANNY DAY, by Cory Clubb, is a young adult supernatural mystery. PUBLISHER: StoneHouse Ink RELEASE: August, 2013 (Paperback and Ebook) BOOK DESCRIPTION: Nolan Day can read your mind. Trading classmates’ secrets for quick cash is simple—it’s the whispering voices and nosebleeds that make it difficult. Things get worse when his latest client decides to step into […]

Does the Best Horror Make Us Face Our Biggest Fears?

Some people prefer to read their Horror within the autumn atmosphere surrounding Halloween. I’m more open to letting the right story pull me in, no matter the season. A couple of late summer Horror titles, Fiend, by Peter Stenson, and Floating Staircase, by Ronald Malfi, have been two of the best reads of the year, […]

AISFP 225 – Jason Hough, Part One, THE DARWIN ELEVATOR

Timothy C. Ward and Michael R. Underwood interview the newly minted New York Times Bestselling author Jason M. Hough about his debut novel, The Darwin Elevator (Dire Earth Cycle). Discussed:  The science behind his space elevator, why he loves that science fiction trope (SF Signal article he wrote on the space elevator) and research he did […]

AISFP 224 – Tracy Falbe, RYS RISING

Timothy C. Ward interviews Tracy Falbe, author of Rys Rising: Book I and seven other Epic Fantasy novels at Tracy introduces her series, her magic systems and the source of conflict in her characters and world. She also addresses how to keep her story from being too complicated as more characters are introduced by […]