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Podcast: Stories by women were disappearing from the #SF landscape. Kristine Rusch decided to fix that.
A chat with USA Today Bestselling Author Kristine Rusch, who writes in multiple genres under multiple names, and is now the editor of a collection of short SF fiction written by women throughout the 20th Century. Kristine’s work is featured in three Storybundles this month– The Truly Epic Fantasy... Read more
INTERVIEW: Leanna Renee Hieber talks gaslamp, gothic, and her “Victorian X-Files” book “Eterna and Omega”
Hey gang! Today we’re talking to Leanna Renee Hieber, whose new book ETERNA AND OMEGA (new from Tor) is a return to a world she calls “Victorian X-Files.” We talk about gothic literature, the new realm of gaslamp fantasy, and what’s up with “Women Running From Houses.”    ... Read more
INTERVIEW: Wendy Corsi Staub, NY Times Best-Selling Author of BLUE MOON
This week we interview USA Today and New York Times bestseller Wendy Corsi Staub, whose new book BLUE MOON from HarperCollins tells the story of a serial killer stalking a small town where a series of gruesome murders took place a hundred years earlier. Staub has twice been nominated... Read more
Book review: Ghosts of Our Past.

Ghosts from Our Past is the book featured in the new Ghostbusters movie which (in the movie universe) was written by the characters Erin Gilbert (Kristen Wiig) and Abby Yates (Melissa McCarthy). In reality though, it was written by Andrew Shaffer and he’s made a fun (and funny) book detailing the personal history of the two Ghostbusters while also (kind of) treating “ghost hunting” as a serious subject.

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Book Review: Ghostbusters Handbook.
Let me be clear here: I’m one of the few people who is genuinely excited for the new Ghostbusters movie and I’m looking forward to getting some of the merchandise (hopefully the action figures will be available in Canada soon), which is why I picked up the Ghostbusters Handbook.... Read more