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Cover to Cover #60: Greg Bear / Clint Gaige

Greg Bear.
Greg joins us to speak about his latest book, Darwin's Children, an interesting interpretation of the future of mankind and the possibilities in store when evolution makes a big leap forward-- rather quickly!

Clint Gaige
Clint is the purveyor of Quiet Storm Publishing and also hosts his own book-topic show called (coincidentally enough) Quiet Storm Radio.   [Read more...]

Cover to Cover #304A: James A. Owen

Interview: Illustrator and author James A. Owen joins us in studio, in the midst of his school and library tour to talk about The Search for the Red Dragon, the second books in the "Imaginarium Geographica".

The stories and the artwork in this series are wonderful, with the grand scope of history, geography, literature and mythology that are intertwined. Now, combine this with the 7-book "Mythworld" series that will eventually tie into the 7-book "Imaginarium" series, plus a tie-in with the "Starchild" graphic novels, and you've got a truly rich world that needs it's own book of footnotes just to keep track of all of the references.   [Read more...]

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The world is a fairly orderly place, talking mice, gorgons, Chupacabra... these are things of fairy tales, mythology and supermarket tabloids. Not so in Seanan McGuire's new novel Discount Armageddon, the first book in her new InCryptid series.   [Read more...]

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