Fantasy & Gothic Blog
In the last of this month's Q&As for our March releases, we have a special sample from the book instead! Within the seven stories A Yi offers a series of portraits of modern life, both uniquely Chinese, and universal in their themes. His years as a police officer serve him well as he teases the truth from simple observation, now brought into the English language in a masterful translation by Alex Woodend. The stories include Two Lives, Attic, Spring, Bach, Predator. The first in the new Flame Tree Press series, Stories from China. We hope that this extract from A Yi's short story collection inspires you enough to want to read more!
In the next of this month's Q&As with our March authors, we have Robert Mitchell Evans. He'll be explaining what 'The Vulcan's Forge' is all about, giving advice to aspiring writers and the influence that films had on the novel! Be sure to check in tomorrow for more writing inspiration!
In the first of this month's Q&As with our March authors, we have Tim Waggoner. He talks about who he based his characters on, advice to aspiring writers and he gives us a sneak peek into what he is working on at the moment! Be sure to check in tomorrow for more writing inspiration!
We have three great new titles coming out in March, so we wanted to talk about them! These include a new horror from Tim Waggoner called The Forever House, Robert Mitchell Evans' Vulcan's Forge and Two Lives, a crime book featuring stories from China. Find out more here!
In the last of this month's Q&As with our February authors, we have Beth Overmyer. She talks about the themes of her book, The Goblets Immortal, her writing methods and gives some advice for new writers!
In the second of this month's Q&As with our February authors, we have Michael R. Johnston. He talks about why he writes science fiction, the books that got him into writing and shares details about his writing methods!
In the first of this month's Q&As with our February authors, we have Catherine Cavendish. She talks about the biggest influence on her writing, advice to aspiring writers and gives us a sneak peek into what she is working on at the moment! Be sure to check in tomorrow for more writing inspiration!
We have some great titles coming out in the next few months, so we wanted to talk about them here! We have three brand new Flame Tree titles, a horror from Catherine Cavendish called The Garden of Bewitchment, Michael R. Johnston's The Blood-Dimmed Tide, the sequel to The Widening Gyre, and The Goblets Immortal, a fantasy novel by Beth Overmyer. Check out today's blog for more details about everything we have coming up over the next couple of months!
Concluding this month's Q&As with our January authors, we have Brian Kirk. He talks about what inspired him to write the book, why his characters are so realistic and what scares him the most!