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Interview with Lavie Tidhar

Lavie Tidhar is a ubiquitous name in science fiction and fantasy circles. His short fiction has appeared dozens of times in professional publications such as Clarkesworld, Apex, and Datlow anthologies.

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Interview with Jennifer Pelland

Jennifer Pelland has twice been nominated for the Nebula Award for short fiction. Her first collection, Unwelcome Bodies, was released by Apex in 2008. Her debut novel, Machine, will be out in late December, 2011.

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Interview with cover artist Scott Murphy

Mother Nature is a dramatic image. The muted palette and striking imagery convey such power. Traditionally we see Mother Nature as an ethereal, bountiful being, bursting with color. What prompted you to create her darker side, a side that is captivating and thought provoking and yet inspires more than a little fear?

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Interview with Elizabeth Bear

Elizabeth Bear was the winner of the 2005 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, the 2008 Hugo Award for Best Short Story for “Tideline,” and the 2009 Hugo Award for Best Novelette for “Shoggoths in Bloom.” “The Leavings of the Wolf” marks Bear’s first appearance in Apex Magazine.

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Interview with R.A. Salvatore

R.A. Salvatore’s books have sold more than 10,000,000 copies. His first published novel, The Crystal Shard from TSR, was the first volume of the acclaimed Icewind Dale Trilogy.

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Interview with Grá Linnaea, author of “Namasté Prime”

Tether is a gritty, flawed character who has the ability to get under your skin. He is the kind of character that resonates with the reader and stays with them even after the story is told. Can you tell us about Tether’s development and what motivates him?

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Interview with Betsy Phillips, author of “Frank”

When we first start reading “Frank” there is a sense of normalcy. But in a few paragraphs we are given our first indication that this story is far from normal. “I could drive on out of here and be so far gone by the time he got back he’d never be able to find me.” I don’t say nothing.

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