Science Fiction & Fantasy

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Feature Interviews

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Interview: Bill McGoldrick

Bill McGoldrick is the head of original programming at Syfy. He was brought in two years ago to oversee a major overhaul in the network’s lineup, which is designed to lure hardcore science fiction fans back to the channel with smart, ambitious shows. The new lineup includes adaptations of many classic fantasy and science fiction novels, including works by Arthur C. Clarke, Aldous Huxley, and Frederick Pohl, as well as books by newer writers such as Dan Simmons, John Scalzi, James S. A. Corey, and Lev Grossman.

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Interview: Chuck Wendig and Alexandra Bracken (Guide to the New Star Wars Canon)

Star Wars tie-in authors Chuck Wendig and Alexandra Bracken discuss some of the books set in the new Star Wars canon that help pave the way for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens.

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Interview: N.K. Jemisin

N. K. Jemisin is the author of the Inheritance trilogy and the Dreamblood series. Her latest novel, The Fifth Season, is set in a world constantly wracked by natural disasters where sorcerers who can control earthquakes and volcanoes are both feared and valued.

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Interview: Marc Goodman

Security expert and futurist Marc Goodman has over twenty years in law enforcement working with organizations such as Interpol, the UN, NATO, the LAPD, and the US government. He’s also the founder of the Future Crimes Institute, and an advisor for Singularity University. His new book is called FUTURE CRIMES: EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED, EVERYONE IS VULNERABLE, AND WHAT WE CAN DO ABOUT IT.

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Interview: Ken Liu

Ken Liu, one of science fiction’s most popular short story writers, has translated many works of Chinese science fiction into English, including the best-selling novel THE THREE-BODY PROBLEM by Liu Cixin. Ken’s first novel, THE GRACE OF KINGS, is an epic fantasy inspired by Chinese history.

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Interview: Kazuo Ishiguro

Kazuo Ishiguro is a British author and winner of the Booker Prize for his novel THE REMAINS OF THE DAY (1989), which was later adapted into a film starring Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson. He has also published the dystopian science fiction novel NEVER LET ME GO (2005), which was adapted by screenwriter Alex Garland into a film starring Keira Knightley and Andrew Garfield. He has recently published THE BURIED GIANT, a fantasy novel set in a semi-historical Britain ruled by King Arthur.

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Interview: Kelly Link

Kelly Link is the author of the story collections Stranger Things Happen, Magic for Beginners, and Pretty Monsters, as well as the founder, with her husband Gavin J. Grant, of Small Beer Press. A fourth collection of stories, GET IN TROUBLE, is out now from Random House.

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Interview: David Gerrold

When I watched “The Trouble with Tribbles” last year, I was aware that I was watching a piece of science fiction history. This was not my first introduction to David Gerrold’s work, however. Years ago, I was ranting to a friend about how hard it seemed to be to find good science fiction or fantasy with main characters who were gay. They recommended that I read THE MARTIAN CHILD.

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Interview: James Morrow

The Washington Post calls James Morrow the “Most provocative satiric voice in science fiction,” and The Denver Post has hailed him as “Christianity’s Salman Rushdie, only funnier and more sacrilegious.” His books include Towing Jehovah, Only Begotten Daughter, and Bible Stories for Adults. His latest book is called Galápagos Regained.

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Interview: Chris Williams

Chris Williams has been with Walt Disney Animation Studios for twenty years, working on a variety of projects, including MULAN, THE EMPEROR’S NEW GROOVE, and BOLT. He also co-directed BIG HERO 6, winner of the Oscar for Best Animated Feature.