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My Favorite Bit: Sarah Henning talks about THE PRINCESS WILL SAVE YOU

Sarah Henning is joining us to talk about her novel The Princess Will Save You. Here’s the publisher’s description: The Princess Will Save You is a YA fantasy adventure inspired by The Princess Bride, in which a princess must rescue her stable boy true love, from the acclaimed author of Sea Witch, Sarah Henning. When a princess’s commoner true …

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My Favorite Bit: Katherine Addison talks about THE ANGEL OF THE CROWS

Katherine Addison is joining us to talk about her novel The Angel of the Crows. Here’s the publisher’s description: Katherine Addison, author of The Goblin Emperor, returns with The Angel of the Crows, a fantasy novel of alternate 1880s London, where killers stalk the night and the ultimate power is naming. This is not the story you think …

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My Favorite Bit: Aliette de Bodard talks about OF DRAGONS, FEASTS AND MURDER

Aliette de Bodard is joining us today to talk about her novel Of Dragons, Feasts and Murder. Here’s the publisher’s description: Lunar New Year should be a time for familial reunions, ancestor worship, and consumption of an unhealthy amount of candied fruit. But when dragon prince Thuan brings home his brooding and ruthless husband Asmodeus for …

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My Favorite Bit: Brandon McNulty talks about BAD PARTS

Brandon McNulty is joining us to talk about his debut novel Bad Parts. Here’s the publisher’s description: A TOWN DIVIDED. A DEMON MADE WHOLE. When rock guitarist Ash Hudson suffers a career-ending hand injury, she seeks out the only thing that can heal it—her hometown’s darkest secret. For decades the residents of Hollow Hills, Pennsylvania, have …

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My Favorite Bit: William C. Tracy talks about FACETS OF THE NETHER

William C. Tracy is joining us with his novel Facets of the Nether. Here’s the publisher’s description: The Dissolution approaches. Sam has saved the Assembly of Species, but at a terrible cost. Locked in his apartment, his memories gone and his best friend abducted, he is once again crippled with anxiety. Meanwhile, Enos struggles to free …

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My Favorite Bit: E. Catherine Tobler talks about THE GRAND TOUR

E. Catherine Tobler is joining us to talk about her book The Grand Tour. Here’s the publisher’s description: Step right up! Come one, come all, to Jackson’s Unreal Circus and Mobile Marmalade. The steam train may look older than your great-grandmother’s’ china, but within her metal corridors are destinations you have only ever dreamed. They’re …

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My Favorite Bit: Doug Engstrom talks about CORPORATE GUNSLINGER

Doug Engstrom is joining us today to talk about his novel Corporate Gunslinger. Here’s the publisher’s description: Doug Engstrom imagines a future all too terrifying—and all too possible—in this eerie, dystopic speculative fiction debut about corporate greed, debt slavery, and gun violence that is as intense and dark as Stephen King’s The Long Walk. Like many Americans …

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My Favorite Bit: John P. Murphy talks about RED NOISE

John P. Murphy is joining us today with his novel Red Noise. Here’s the publisher’s description: Caught up in a space station turf war between gangs and corrupt law, a lone asteroid miner decides to take them all down. When an asteroid miner comes to Station 35 looking to sell her cargo and get back to …

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My Favorite Bit: Isabel Schechter and Michi Trota talks about The WisCon Chronicles Vol 12: BOUNDARIES AND BRIDGES

Isabel Schechter and Michi Trota are joining us today to talk about this year’s collection of essays by WisCon attendees, The WisCon Chronicles Vol. 12: Boundaries and Bridges. Here’s the publisher’s description: The twelfth volume of The WisCon Chronicles explores our understanding of boundaries and bridges, and what they mean for us as individuals and …

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Where to Find Mary Robinette at the SFWA 2020 Virtual Conference

As SFWA president, Mary Robinette will be all around the Nebulas conference and ceremony. You can register here. Here are a few specific places you can catch her! Sat May 23, 2020 Nebula Finalist Reception and Reading 3pm – 8pm Pacific Here’s your chance to meet and congratulate this year’s Nebula Award finalists. As a …

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My Favorite Bit: Dan Moren talks about THE ALEPH EXTRACTION

Dan Moren is joining us today to talk about his novel The Aleph Extraction. Here’s the publisher’s description: Aboard a notorious criminal syndicate’s luxurious starliner, Commonwealth operative Simon Kovalic and his crew race to steal a mysterious artifact that could shift the balance of war… Still reeling from a former teammate’s betrayal, Commonwealth operative Simon Kovalic …

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My Favorite Bit: Ilze Hugo talks about THE DOWN DAYS

Ilze Hugo is joining us to talk about her novel The Down Days. Here’s the publisher’s description: In the aftermath of a deadly outbreak—reminiscent of the 1962 event of mass hysteria that was the Tanganyika Laughter Epidemic—a city at the tip of Africa is losing its mind, with residents experiencing hallucinations and paranoia. Is it simply …

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My Favorite Bit: AJ Fitzwater talks about THE VOYAGES OF CINRAK THE DAPPER

AJ Fitzwater is joining us to talk about their novel The Voyages of Cinrack the Dapper. Here’s the publisher’s description: Dapper. Lesbian. Capybara. Pirate. Cinrak the Dapper is a keeper of secrets, a righter of wrongs, the saltiest capybara on the sea and a rider of both falling stars and a great glass whale. Join …

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