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Author Q&A with Will Elliott

Author Q&A with Will Elliott

Gentle blog readers, last but not least, I present the third author interview for this short and very SFF-friendly month of February. (We could have had SFFFF – Science Fiction & Fantasy Friendly February – what a waste of Fs, forgoing that opportunity!) Presenting our chat with the very excellent Will Elliott! Q1. What’s the […]

I Heart Exoplanets

I Heart Exoplanets

An exoplanet is a planet that has been discovered outside our own local solar system. Just like our system, astromomers have located large gas giants, small rocky planets and everything in between; including planets that sit in the Goldilocks zone and might be habitable to life. Even though scientists have theorized the existence of exoplants […]

Glossaring and the Art of the Fictional Word

Glossaring and the Art of the Fictional Word

  I’ve always been a sucker for a fictional glossary. Ever since Tolkien got the ball rolling with his appendicies and I discovered the concept of world-building ( I’m looking at you Frank Herbert & Robert Jordan, may they both rest in peace.) I’ve loved the art of the created world and, by extention, the […]

Win a Voyager Prize Pack!

Win a Voyager Prize Pack!

To celebrate Duncan Lay’s epic #50stores50days Tour for Wall of Spears we’re giving you the chance to win a special Voyager prize pack, including the massive fantasy anthology Dangerous Women, edited by George R. R. Martin, Jeff VanderMeer’s brilliantly creepy new book Annihilation AND the complete Children of the Black Sun trilogy by Jo Spurrier! To […]

Q&A with Duncan Lay

Q&A with Duncan Lay

Over the weekend, one of Voyager’s favourite local authors Duncan Lay kicked off his epic 50 Stores in 50 Days tour to celebrate the release of Wall of Spears, the final book in the Empire of Bones trilogy. We caught up with Duncan and gave him the typical Voyager author interrogation. Er…interview… Q1. What’s the […]