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My Favorite Bit: A.C. Wise Talks About HOOKED

A.C. Wise is joining us today to talk about her novel, Hooked. Here’s the publisher’s description: Once invited, always welcome.Once invited, never free. Captain James Hook, the immortal pirate of Neverland, has died a thousand times. Drowned, stabbed by Peter Pan’s sword, eaten by the beast swimming below the depths, yet James was resurrected every …

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My Favorite Bit: Rachel Swirsky Talks About JANUARY FIFTEENTH

Rachel Swirsky is joining us today to talk about her novella, January Fifteenth. Here’s the publisher’s description: January Fifteenth—the day all Americans receive their annual Universal Basic Income payment. For Hannah, a middle-aged mother, today is the anniversary of the day she took her two children and fled her abusive ex-wife. For Janelle, a young, …

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My Favorite Bit: Kimberly Unger Talks About THE EXTRACTIONIST

Kimberly Unger is joining us today to talk about her novel, The Extractionist. Here’s the publisher’s description: Eliza McKay is an Extractionist: an expert in the virtual reality space where people’s minds are uploaded as digital personas. When rich or important people get stuck in the Swim for reasons that are sleazy, illegal, or merely …

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My Favorite Bit: J.S. Fields Talks About AWRY WITH DANDELIONS

J.S. Fields is joining us today to talk about their novella, Awry with Dandelions. Here’s the publisher’s description: Orin sells dandelion latex at a no-name market, barely scraping by. Mette is a princess. Maybe. What Orin does know is that for thirty seconds every night, Mette visits Orin in xir dreams. Orin has long since …

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My Favorite Bit: Mia V. Moss Talks About MAI TAIS FOR THE LOST

Mia V. Moss is joining us today to talk about her novella, Mai Tais for the Lost. Here’s the publisher’s description: Marrow Nightingale is a professional pain in the ass. As Electric Blue Moon’s only licensed private investigator, she’s the one who snoops the closets of the elite who think the laws don’t apply to …

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My Favorite Bit: Jennifer Estep Talks About TEAR DOWN THE THRONE

Jennifer Estep is joining us today to talk about her novel, Tear Down the Throne. Here’s the publisher’s description: How would you feel if you were falling for your greatest enemy, all while trying to save your kingdom from ruin? In the second book in the Estep’s new Gargoyle Queen series, crown princess and clever …

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My Favorite Bit: Karen Heuler Talks About THE SPLENDID CITY

Karen Heuler is joining us today to talk about her novel, The Splendid City. Here’s the publisher’s description: In the state of Liberty, water is rationed at alarming prices, free speech is hardly without a cost, and Texas has just declared itself its own country. In this society, paranoia is well-suited because eyes and ears …

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My Favorite Bit: Elizabeth Bear Talks About THE ORIGIN OF STORMS

Elizabeth Bear is joining us today to talk about her novel, The Origin of Storms. Here’s the publisher’s description: Hugo Award-winning author Elizabeth Bear returns with the stunning conclusion to her acclaimed epic fantasy trilogy, the Lotus Kingdoms. The Lotus Kingdoms are at war, with four claimants to the sorcerous throne of the Alchemical Emperor, fielding …

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My Favorite Bit: Ed McDonald Talks About DAUGHTER OF REDWINTER

Ed McDonald is joining us today to talk about his novel, Daughter of Redwinter. Here’s the publisher’s description: Those who see the dead soon join them. From the author of the critically-acclaimed Blackwing trilogy comes Ed McDonald’s Daughter of Redwinter, the first of a brilliant fantasy series about how one choice can change a universe. …

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My Favorite Bit: Erica Friedman Talks About BY YOUR SIDE: THE FIRST 100 YEARS OF YURI ANIME AND MANGA

Erica Friedman is joining us today to talk about her book, By Your Side: The First 100 Years of Yuri Anime and Manga. Here’s the publisher’s description: Two decades in the making, By Your Side is a collection of essays, scholarly and approachable, by the Western Hemisphere’s authority on the subject. This landmark work should …

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My Favorite Bit: B.L. Blanchard Talks About THE PEACEKEEPER

B.L. Blanchard is joining us today to talk about her novel, The Peacekeeper. Here’s the publisher’s description: North America was never colonized. The United States and Canada don’t exist. The Great Lakes are surrounded by an independent Ojibwe nation. And in the village of Baawitigong, a Peacekeeper confronts his devastating past. Twenty years ago to …

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My Favorite Bit: Francesco Dimitri Talks About NEVER THE WIND

Francesco Dimitri is joining us today to talk about his novel, Never the Wind. Here’s the publisher’s description: 1996 – Luca Saracino is thirteen and has been completely blind for eight months when his parents move to a Southern Italian farmhouse they dream of turning into a hotel. With his brother dropping out of university and …

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