Just finished recording and editing the science fiction audio drama Shalbatana Solstice, a prequel I wrote for my novel Lunar Dust, Martian Sands. I plan to release both in July. Both stories deal with people trying to make a life on a lonely planet, and make the world their own. No zombies, no aliens – more »
“Shalbatana Solstice” Prompts WMUK interview
Kalamazoo’s NPR station WMUK is airing an interview today (Aug. 12) focusing on the audio drama Shalbatana Solstice, and the companion novel Lunar Dust, Martian Sands. I’ve posted a link to the interview on the bookstore page, or if you in Kalamazoo today, you can go old school and listen to it live at 102.1. FM. (See Bookstore)
Why Build a Scientifically Accurate World with a Soulless Society?
Why are there a number of how-to books on building worlds in Science Fiction, but none, at least that I know of, about shaping the societies that inhabit them? At least a couple of panel’s at July’s DETCON1 thought the people living on those worlds needed a closer look. (See Blog)