Discussion: Jonathan wants to know how much J. F. Lewis really didn't know what his church's definition of "objectionable material" was, based on the church's written guidelines. Remember, they did know that he was writing the book, and threatening his family in retaliation is the bigger problem, not their distaste with the published material.
Boiled down: there is no one right way for any conceivable thing under the sun.
Interview: Matthew Stover joins us this week to talk about his two newest books, Star Wars: Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor and Caine Black Knife.
Matt gives us a little back story on The Acts of Caine series with a little overview of the world in Heroes Die (which is now eligible for a little Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas treatment), in which the main character is a bad guy in the truest entertainment sense of the word. The sequel to Caine Black Knife is currently in the works! Keep your eye out for His Father's Fist...
Matt also tells us about his approach to writing Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor, and wanting to bring the light-hearted flavor of the early books in the series back to the books coming about today.
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Promo: The Mirrored Heavens by David J. Williams
check out the interview with David J. Williams at Adventures in SciFi Publishing