Interview with S├ębastien Doubinsky

Friend-of-the-blog Charles Tan has just posted his latest interview, with French writer Sébastien Doubinsky (author of The Babylonian Trilogy, published by PS Publishing in the UK):I teach French and French literature at the university of Århus, in Denmark. And I love my job – I have great students, super colleagues and the luck of having one... Continue Reading →

Vandana Singh reporting from the Indian SF/F Writing Workshop

As we may have mentioned earlier, there is currently a workshop on writing science fiction and fantasy being hosted at IIT-Kanpur in India, run by [Apex Book of World SF contributor] Anil Menon, Vandana Singh and Suchitra Mathur. Vandana Singh is currently blogging from the workshop, beginning with her arrivial and the first couple of days:Needless to say,... Continue Reading →

SF Signal Mind Meld on International SF: Part Two

SF Signal have published part two of their feature on international SF, including contributions from Apex Book of World SF writer Jetse de Vries, anthology dedicatee Wu Yan, and many other fine writers from France, Poland, Italy, Finland, Russia, Canada and India.And just a reminder that the Apex Book of World SF will be published in exactly two... Continue Reading →

The Intersection of Race and Steampunk

Malaysian writer Jha has an in-depth article on The Intersection of Race and Steampunk: Colonialism’s After-Effects & Other Stories, from a Steampunk of Colour’s Perspective:Before I explain further my interest in this subculture, I should give some context on myself: I was born and raised in Malaysia, a nation formerly part of the British Commonwealth, colonized... Continue Reading →

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