Here's a look at what I read in January, from literary fiction, to books about neuroscience, to graphic novels.
Winnipeg may not be the most obvious setting for an urban fantasy series, but Chadwick Ginther talks about making it his own in his newest release, Graveyard Mind.
I talk with Claudie Arsenault about Baker Thief, the start of a new series that examines various tropes of romantic fiction using aromantic characters.
Kate Heartfield and I discuss "Armed in Her Fashion", her debut historical fantasy novel from ChiZine. Read on for a discussion of medieval history, trans soldiers, Doctor Who, and more.
C.L. Polk's debut novel "Witchmark" comes out this month. Today we chat about her work, worldbuilding, the prison-industrial complex, and tea, among other things.
Today's interview is with Kelsi Morris, co-editor of the anthology Those Who Make Us. Join us for a chat about monsters, mythology, CanLit, and more.
Climate change, time travel, and ethics: Kelly Robson talks about all this and more in an interview about her novella, Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach.