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Cover to Cover #124: Selina Rosen / James C. Glass

Selina Rosen
Selina writes all over the map, both in and out of genre. She owns and is the head publisher of Yard Dog Press, a small press (not POD) which brings you books a bit too odd for the larger presses.

James C. Glass
James holds his doctorate in Physics, and it shows in his writing.   [Read more...]

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Interview: This week, Mike and Mike talk with GRRM about the anthology Warriors, about how much fun he has with fiction anthologies, and his hopes for more core genre anthologies.

George also talks about the latest updates on his Song of Ice and Fire series, including the progress on A Dance with Dragons, how his working pace contrasts with the impatience of his more ravenous fans, the development of the series on HBO and his gratitude about the show being done by HBO, and more.   [Read more...]

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