Monthly Archives: May 2012

Celebrating the Many Lives and Deaths of Sean Bean

Woe, destruction, ruin, and decay; The worst is death, and death will have his day. . . . . . — William Shakespeare, Richard III (1595) While some actors come and go, Sean Bean persists due to a striking combination … Continue reading

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Futuredaze/Kickstarter Update #4

Is it cheating as a blogger to copy & paste our last Kickstarter update here? Maybe…and yet I’m going to do it because there is some good information there that I think our blog readers will enjoy. Update #4: Futuredaze … Continue reading

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Why SF?: An Interview with Melinda Snodgrass, SF Novelist and Screenwriter

Underwords’ first Why SF? interview is with the extremely talented science fiction novelist and screenwriter Melinda Snodgrass. I first met Melinda several years ago at Boskone, Boston’s local science fiction convention, where she was giving a presentation on writing for … Continue reading

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Introducing Why SF?: Underwords’ New Interview Series

I am pleased to announce that Underwords will be doing a new interview series called Why SF? This series will explore how science fiction has affected the lives of a variety of creative and influential people. Interviewees will range from … Continue reading

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An Interview with Dark Fiction Writer & Editor Tracy L. Carbone

I’ve said this before, and I can guarantee you that I’ll be saying it again, but one of the best things about having a literary blog is that you get to talk to some of the most amazing people. Interviewing … Continue reading

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