One of the many things I love about the intarwebz is the plethora of amazing webcomics I encounter. Having awesome art and stories in an always-available, digital format is a good and right thing. In my travels in Tumblr Land, I stumbled upon the one-of-a-kind artwork, humor, and edgy sweetness of Charmingly Antiquated. Sam, the mastermind behind …

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Every writer has her favorite stories she’s written. One of mine is “Sophie and Zoe at the End of the World,” which I was honored to have published in The Future Fire. I was even more surprised, and pleased, when I saw that the story had been illustrated — complete with cover art! — by Robin …

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We’re thrilled to have an interview with our anthology cover artist Julie Dillon. If you’re a fan of genre fiction, you’ve probably seen her work, even if you didn’t know it. A bit about Julie: She is a Hugo Award winning artist from California. Her clients include Simon & Schuster, Tor Books, Penguin Books, and Wizards …

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I’m very happy this week to share an interview with author and creative writing teacher (and Chair of the English Department at Case Western Reserve University), Professor Mary Grimm. In full disclosure, Mary was one of my first writing teachers and she’s simply one of the smartest, most generous writers and teachers I’ve ever met. When I …

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What an absolute treat it is to bring you an exclusive author interview with Cinda Williams Chima, New York Times bestselling Author of the Heir Chronicles and the Seven Realms series in the wake of the release of her new (and final) book in the Heir Chronicles series, The Sorcerer Heir! First, some info about …

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I’m so pleased to be able to share with you an interview I’ve recently done with author of the Past Midnight series of books, Mara Purnhagen. Aside from being a terrific author of paranormal ghost stories for young folks, Mara is one of the kindest writers I’ve ever met. I first met her at an …

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This is Part 2 of an interview with my sister Cathy Amis Griffith who worked for Burroughs Business Machines in the 1970s.  Part 1, “Tooting Your Own Horn From Alabama in the Middle of the Night,” can be found here. I’ve been reading about women in the IT industry industry and what you might call …

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I’m thrilled to be interviewing A.M. (Alyx) Dellamonica in the wake of the release of the first book in her new trilogy, Child of a Hidden Sea. Alyx is one of the most innovative and inventive speculative fiction authors on the scene today. I am a huge fan of her work, and have also been …

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My sister, Cathy Amis Griffith, worked for Burroughs Corporation in the 1970s.  I sat down to ask her about what it was like working in the IT industry as a woman then.  Part 2 will follow next month.  How did you get into the IT industry? I graduated from the University of Georgia in 1974 …

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For my first post as a staff blogger here at Luna Station Quarterly, I am delighted to present an interview with self-published author, Monica Shaughnessy, whose work spans a wide variety of areas including children’s books, YA, New Adult, and Adult Fiction, often with a science fiction or paranormal bent. When I asked Monica some …

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