Sci vs. Fi? by Thomas Waite

The most fascinating aspect of writing Trident Code and Lethal Code, my first two books in the Lana Elkins cyber-thriller series, was examining the potential convergence of computer science with other “traditional” terrorist threats, as well as the harrowing impact cyberwar and cyber-sabotage could have on deep environmental vulnerabilities caused by climate change.  The latter,...

Chris Angus Interview

Mysterious underground volcanic forces and a savage plot to alter the Earth’s climate. A sixteen-year-old Viking girl, a German geologist from World War II, and a former Secret Service agent protecting a female volcanologist. We’ve talked to Chris Angus about his new release, The Gods of Laki.   Can you tell us a bit about your...

Brian Aldiss Interview

On the eve of the re-release of some of his older work, SFFWorlder Mark Yon had the chance to talk to SF author legend (and ARTIST, as it says in the interview!) Brian Aldiss, OBE.   SFFW: Hello, Brian: many thanks for giving us some time here. Welcome to SFFWorld. I’m writing these questions as...

Michael Joseph Murano Interview

Michael Joseph Murano is the author of the Age of the Seer, the first book in his new Epic Fantasy series. First of all can you tell us a bit about your new novel, Age of the Seer? Age of the Seer is the overture, the first book in Epic of Ahiram, a high fantasy,...

The Not-Really Sci-Fi Fan by J.W. Allen

There used to be a thing known as the ‘nerd’.  Going to a predominantly Irish Roman Catholic school as a kid meant that playtime was even tougher for me.  I wasn’t Irish and I wasn’t Roman Catholic.  I was also ginger. Any difference whatsoever was seized upon ravenously by the cool kids who so desperately...