Tracy S. Morris

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Karina Fabian: Mind Over Mind

Today’s interview is from Karina Fabian. Karina is an author who works within the broader themes of faith and how people of faith are influenced within the milieus of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Her characters have included an order of nuns working in Space and a down-on-his-luck dragon P.I. working off a geas from St. George.  […]

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Keith R. A. DeCandido — Cops, Robbers, Unicorns and Superheroes

If you read comics at all, then you know that this week is a massive week for the comic book industry. DC comics is doing (yet another) major reboot of it’s titles. Everyone who reads comics seems to be talking about how the formerly wheelchair-bound hero Oracle is regaining her ability to walk and taking […]

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Writers of the Future Quarter Finalist William Ledbetter

Today’s interview is with one of my dear friends, William Ledbetter. William wears a lot of hats.  In addition to being a fellow Yard Dog Press writer (and editing several of my short stories and novels) William is an editor for Heroic Fantasy Quarterly. When he’s not doing that, he’s also the administrator for the […]

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J. Kathleen Cheney — Author of Iron Shoes

Today’s author spotlight is on J. Kathleen Cheney. Kathleen is the author of numerous short stories and novellas. One of her most recent, Iron Shoes, was a finalist for the Romance Writer’s of America’s Prism award and the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America’s Nebula Award. Iron Shoes appeared in Alembical 2. Your novella […]

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On Sexy Androids and Holy Beer — A Chat With Jerry J. Davis

Jerry J. Davis is a vanguard author. Long before many writers were dipping a toe into the eBook market, Jerry was jumping in with both feet. His latest novel, Eleven Days on Earth is available through Kindle and Smashwords. Jon August is dead.If that weren’t bad enough, the place he lands in the afterlife is […]

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Author Spotlight – Ten Questions with Jody Lynn Nye

If you like humor, you’ll love Jody Lynn Nye. Jody is famous for co-writing the Myth Adventure books along with Robert Asprin. She’s also a frequent collaborator with Anne McCaffrey. Jody’s recent work is called View From The Imperium, which reads very much like Jeeves and Wooster in Space. P. G. Wodehouse meets space opera, […]

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Author Spotlight — Arinn Dembo, Woman of Many Genres

Arinn Dembo is one of those writers who defies classification. She participated in the Clarion Workshop and shortly made her first sale. since then, Her work has ranged from gaming to fantasy to poetry. Her personal interests and activities are just as wide ranging. She’s been a photographer and an actor in several movies, participated […]

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Author Spotlight: Sylvia Kelso — Blurring the Lines Between Science Fiction and Fantasy

Sylvia Kelso sets most of her works in either an analogous version of Australia, or using  Australia as an outright setting for her books. This is partially because she’s from a cattle station (ranch) in North Queensland. Her most recent book, Source, is the third book in the Riverworld/Amberlight series. In it Kelso explores feminism […]

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Author Spotlight:

Today I turn my author’s spotlight on Debra Killeen. Debra is the author of the Myrridian Cycle, a collection of alternate universe fantasies in which a modern Earth Human travels to the world of Myrridian to take the place of a duke whom he resembles and prevent a murder. When Chris McCabe agrees to travel […]

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Author Spotight: Linda Andrews – Complicating Romances Through Technology

Today’s author spotlight is with Linda Andrews. Linda is the author of science fiction, fantasy and paranormal romance. When she’s not devising new and complicated problems for her characters to overcome on the course to true love, she works as a biologist. For her novel Hiding Space, she put that knowledge of biology to good […]

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