Aliette de Bodard's latest book publication is the novella, On A Red Station, Drifting, published by the UK's Immersion Press in hardcover. Here, Aliette talks about the genesis and process of writing the novella, based on the Chinese classic Dream of Red Mansions: So, it’s occurred to me I didn’t actually provide this for my latest... Continue Reading →
Here's the table of contents for new anthology The Immersion Book of Steampunk, edited by Gareth D. Jones and Carmelo Rafala and published by Immersion Press. International contributors include Aliette de Bodard, Jacques Barcia, Anatoly Belilovsky and Lavie Tidhar. Table of contents: “Follow That Cathedral!” by Gareth Owens “The Machines of the Nehphilim” by James Targett “The... Continue Reading →
Lavie Tidhar's Jesus & The Eightfold Path is now available for pre-orders from Immersion Press. THREE WISE MEN CAME FROM THE EAST for the infant Jesus in The New Testament. Three brave companions accompany the Buddha in the Chinese classic A Journey to the West. Could they have been the same three? Guided by a star,... Continue Reading →
This week in our Tuesday Fiction Feature is The Time Traveler's Son by American writer, long time Singapore resident Jason Erik Lundberg. The Time Traveler’s Son by Jason Erik Lundberg It was Wade’s seventh birthday. There were cake and ice cream and presents in the backyard, and a colorful piñata shaped like a donkey,... Continue Reading →
Over at SF Signal, I interview Carmelo Rafala of Immersion Press. His latest anthology, The Immersion Book of SF, includes international contributors like Jason Erik Lundberg, Aliette de Bodard, Gord Sellar, and Lavie Tidhar.