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Author Appearances, Conventions, Round Ups

Keith Yatsuhashi Writes on Arisia

Angry Robot author Keith YatsuhashiAs you may have seen, author of Kojiki and KokoroKeith Yatsuhashi, was at SFF convention Arisia in Boston last week. Turns out he had so much fun we asked him to write just a little guest post about his experience, which he did! So, without further ado, we’ll hand on over to Keith to tell us about his experience of fandom and being an author at a con:

A Weekend of

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Angry Robot

Talk Tuesday to Us: Foz Meadows

Angry Robot Author Foz Meadows

Welcome to Tuesday! It’s time for Talk Tuesday To Us, when we mechanically extract nuggets of our authors’ lives for your edification.

This week we bring you mind words of the awesome Foz Meadows, author of the outstanding  portal fantasy An Accident of Starsdescribed as “an epic adventure unlike any I’ve read before” by Andre Norton award winning and Nebula-nominated author Fran Wilde. If you’re in the US, you lucky devils can read it right now

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Angry Robot

Talk Tuesday to U.S: Jen Williams

zombieHello, and welcome to a special edition of Talk Tuesday to U.S, which celebrates Jen WilliamsThe Copper Promise finally hitting the shores of America (and Canada, too!). We’re really excited to be bringing this tale of kickass heroes, swords and sorcery to you guys.

With that in mind, we thought we’d ask Jen a few questions. So put your feet up, make yourself a cup of tea or pour a snifter of your favourite mead and have

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Angry Robot

Talk Tuesday to Us: Alyc Helms

alyc.jigGood afternoon fellows, and welcome to another Talk Tuesday to Us! This week we have the wonderfully amazing Alyc Helms, author of the urban-fantasy-with-dragons Missy Masters series, which comprises of The Dragons of Heaven and The Conclave of Shadow, the latter of which will be out in the US two weeks today!

Before we get to Alyc’s answers, I’d just like to direct you to this amazing picture of her dancing…I’m not sure where, but look at those

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