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Cover to Cover #118: Andrew Fox / James Spix

Andrew Fox
Andrew is a second-time guest, appearing this time to speak about his latest work, Bride of the Fat White Vampire.

James Spix
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Cover to Cover #174: Brandon Sanderson / Steve Alten

First up this week is Brandon Sanderson talking about his book, Elantris. A richly written world, with a city filled with God-like inhabitants.

After that, Steve Alten takes us into the paranormal with The Loch, Yes, we are talking the Loch Ness Monster, and no, we are not taking over Art Bell's job.   [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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