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.
Anathema Magazine is a worthy voice in Canada's short fiction scene. Here the editors discuss Anathema's philosophy, background, and crowdfunding campaign.
Markswoman is a debut YA novel set in an alternate post-apocalyptic Central Asia. Here's a closer look at it through an interview with author Rati Mehrotra.