If you could go back in time and change the course of human history would you do it? Even if it meant sacrificing so much of your own life in the process? Well that’s the premise of Stephen Kings 54th fiction book, 11.22.63. King gives us a new protagonist in the form of Jake Epping, … Continue reading “11.22.63 by Stephen King Review”
A teenager from LA. has made it her mission to get books into the hands of young children.
The award winning American writer Barry Lopez, whose work focused on creating bonds between people and places has sadly passed away at the age of 75. Lopes died in Oregon on Friday after a long battle with prostate cancer, his family said. Kim Stafford, a former Oregon poet laureate and longtime friend said that Lopez’s … Continue reading “Barry Lopez, the award-winning Arctic Dreams author, has died aged 75”
Author Spotlight is our new series where a guest author writes about their process, their love for the art, and of course, their work. This time out James Huck joins us. I began writing short pieces some time ago, but they were fragments of stories and parts of characters. It wasn’t until I reached a … Continue reading “Author Spotlight: James Huck discusses his writing method”
Ocean Vuong has become the seventh author in the Future Library, an ongoing art project that will see contemporary authors pen a manuscript that will remain sealed until 2114, when they will be opened and printed on the 1,000 trees currently being cultivated outside of Oslo. The writer and poet is the author of the … Continue reading “Ocean Vuong’s next manuscript to be unveiled in 2114”
Controversy is abound in the science-fiction writing circle after Saudi Arabia bids to host the World Science Fiction Convention
Many of the stories in The Time-travelling Caveman have never been published in a book