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David Weber and Jacob Holo discuss The Valkyrie Protocol, the second entry in the Gordian Division science fiction series involving time travel, multiverses, and space warfare. This is part one of a multipart interview; and David Weber's Uncompromising Honor Part 34저자 Baen Books
 
David Weber and Jacob Holo discuss The Valkyrie Protocol, the second entry in the Gordian Division science fiction series involving time travel, multiverses, and space warfare. This is part one of a multipart interview; and David Weber's Uncompromising Honor Part 34저자 Baen Books
 
Roundtable featuring Les Johnson, Robert E. Hampson, Todd McCaffrey, Sarah A. Hoyt, Philip Wohlrab, and Daniel M. Hoyt, editors and authors of Stellars: People of the Stars, a combination science fact-science fiction anthology specializing in stories about how taking to space and the stars might change humans themselves physically and mentally into…
 
Roundtable featuring Les Johnson, Robert E. Hampson, Todd McCaffrey, Sarah A. Hoyt, Philip Wohlrab, and Daniel M. Hoyt, editors and authors of Stellars: People of the Stars, a combination science fact-science fiction anthology specializing in stories about how taking to space and the stars might change humans themselves physically and mentally into…
 
Editor David Boop, and authors Charlaine Harris, D.J. Butler, Betsy Dornbusch, and Travis Heermann discuss their short stories in Straight Outta Deadwood, a weird western anthology; and David Weber's Uncompromising Honor Part 32저자 Baen Books
 
Editor David Boop, and authors Charlaine Harris, D.J. Butler, Betsy Dornbusch, and Travis Heermann discuss their short stories in Straight Outta Deadwood, a weird western anthology; and David Weber's Uncompromising Honor Part 32저자 Baen Books
 
Editor and authors discuss Cosmic Corsairs, an anthology of science fiction short stories involving space pirates. Roundtable includes Christopher Ruocchio, Sarah A. Hoyt, Carysa Locke, and James L. Cambias; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part 28.저자 Baen Books
 
Editor and authors discuss Cosmic Corsairs, an anthology of science fiction short stories involving space pirates. Roundtable includes Christopher Ruocchio, Sarah A. Hoyt, Carysa Locke, and James L. Cambias; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part 28.저자 Baen Books
 
Tom Kratman discusses Days of Burning, Days of Wrath, a climactic entry in his military science fiction Carrera series. Kratman talks about the plot so far, the world of the series, and the cast of characters, some of whom meet their culminating fate in the book. This is part two of a two-part interview; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part…
 
Tom Kratman discusses Days of Burning, Days of Wrath, a climactic entry in his military science fiction Carrera series. Kratman talks about the plot so far, the world of the series, and the cast of characters, some of whom meet their culminating fate in the book. This is part two of a two-part interview; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part…
 
Tom Kratman discusses Days of Burning, Days of Wrath, a climactic entry in his military science fiction Carrera series. Kratman talks about the plot so far, the world of the series, and the cast of characters, some of whom meet their culminating fate in the book. This is part one of a two-part interview; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part…
 
Tom Kratman discusses Days of Burning, Days of Wrath, a climactic entry in his military science fiction Carrera series. Kratman talks about the plot so far, the world of the series, and the cast of characters, some of whom meet their culminating fate in the book. This is part one of a two-part interview; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part…
 
Eric Flint and Walter H. Hunt discuss 1636: The Atlantic Encounter, a new entry in Flint’s Ring of Fire series. This is part two of a two-part interview. After the town of Grantville, West Virginia was thrown back to 17th Century Germany, the up-timers have had to adapt to survive. Now an expedition is sent to the New World of North America, where …
 
Eric Flint and Walter H. Hunt discuss 1636: The Atlantic Encounter, a new entry in Flint’s Ring of Fire series. After the town of Grantville, West Virginia was thrown back to 17th Century Germany, the up-timers have had to adapt to survive. Now an expedition is sent to the New World of North America, where a combined crew of up-timers, down-timers,…
 
Eric Flint and Walter H. Hunt discuss 1636: The Atlantic Encounter, a new entry in Flint’s Ring of Fire series. After the town of Grantville, West Virginia was thrown back to 17th Century Germany, the up-timers have had to adapt to survive. Now an expedition is sent to the New World of North America, where a combined crew of up-timers, down-timers,…
 
Baen Marketing Director Corinda Carfora discusses the inner workings of publication marketing and promotion, and shares her decades-long experience of working at Baen and in the publishing industry; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part 23.저자 Baen Books
 
Baen Marketing Director Corinda Carfora discusses the inner workings of publication marketing and promotion, and shares her decades-long experience of working at Baen and in the publishing industry; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part 23.저자 Baen Books
 
D.J. Butler discusses In the Palace of Shadow and Joy, a far-far-far future science fiction adventure novel in the spirit of Fritz Leiber’s Fafhryd and the Gray Mouser stories and Jack Vance’s Dying Earth series. Butler explains why a super-old future Earth might seem like a permanent Mos Eisley cantina; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part…
 
D.J. Butler discusses In the Palace of Shadow and Joy, a far-far-far future science fiction adventure novel in the spirit of Fritz Leiber’s Fafhryd and the Gray Mouser stories and Jack Vance’s Dying Earth series. Butler explains why a super-old future Earth might seem like a permanent Mos Eisley cantina; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part…
 
Catherine Asaro discusses The Vanished Seas, an entry in the Major Bhaajan science fiction mystery series set in the world of Asaro’s Skolian Empire. Asaro talks about the characters and the deep history of her setting, the city of Cries on the planet Raylicon—a city stratified by an opulent metropolis on the surface with a hardscrabble underground…
 
Charles E. Gannon discusses At the End of the World, a novel set in the world of John Ringo’s Black Tide Rising series. In the book, a sailing ship filled with teenagers on a science voyage to the South Seas is caught in the midst of an eat-your-neighbor plague that hits the world and causes the collapse of civilization. There’s a whip-smart young …
 
Christopher Woods, Jody Lynn Nye, David B. Coe, and Les Johnson on Give Me Libertycon edited by Christopher Woods and T.K.F. Weisskopf. This is an anthology of science fiction and fantasy featuring stories by David Weber, David Drake, Larry Correia and Timothy Zahn and many more, including editor Christopher Woods, Jody Lynn Nye, David B. Coe, and …
 
Peter J. Wacks and Eytan Kollin on Caller of Lightning. This is the third entry in the Arcane America series. It’s a flintlock fantasy/alternate history featuring Benjamin Franklin in a magically charged America and Europe. In Caller of Lightning, Ben Franklin discovers an inherent magic within himself connected to the key he electrified in his kit…
 
David Weber and Phillip Pournelle discuss Mamelukes, by Jerry Pournelle. When the late, great Dr. Jerry Pournelle passed away, he left behind the nearly completed manuscript for science fiction novel Mamelukes. Now Pournelle’s son, Phillip Pournelle, and Honor Harrington series creator David Weber have completed the book. This is an entry in Jerry …
 
David Weber and Phillip Pournelle discuss Mamelukes, by Jerry Pournelle. When the late, great Dr. Jerry Pournelle passed away, he left behind the nearly completed manuscript for science fiction novel Mamelukes. Now Pournelle’s son, Phillip Pournelle, and Honor Harrington series creator David Weber have completed the book. This is an entry in Jerry …
 
David Weber and Phillip Pournelle discuss Mamelukes, by Jerry Pournelle. When the late, great Dr. Jerry Pournelle passed away, he left behind the nearly completed manuscript for science fiction novel Mamelukes. Now Pournelle’s son, Phillip Pournelle, and Honor Harrington series creator David Weber have completed the book. This is an entry in Jerry …
 
Lois McMaster Bujold and Baen Publisher Toni Weisskopf discuss Bujold’s book Penric’s Travels. This is a fantasy novel featuring deceptively mild-mannered sorcerer Penric set in Bujold’s Five Gods fantasy world. This is part two of a two-part interview; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part 14.…
 
Lois McMaster Bujold and Baen Publisher Toni Weisskopf discuss Bujold’s book Penric’s Travels. This is a fantasy novel featuring deceptively mild-mannered sorcerer Penric set in Bujold’s Five Gods fantasy world. This is part one of a two-part interview; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part 13.…
 
Nancy Kress discusses The Eleventh Gate, a science fiction novel that combines exciting space opera action and quantum physics speculation into a brew of adventure and cosmic wonder by multiple award winning author Kress; and David Weber’s Uncompromising Honor, Part 12.저자 Baen Books
 
Eric Flint and Dave Freer discuss The Shaman of Karres, the fourth entry in the Witches of Karres science fiction adventure series. This is a storyline finale novel, with young super-science witch The Lewitt coming of age as she, Paussert and Goth from the previous books fight against a vast interstellar slaving operation; and David Weber’s Uncompr…
 
Dr. Robert E. Furey discusses his Baen.com web site article “The Bridge of Sighs: Are We What Might Have Been?” which asks the question of whether we are living in a simulation created by our descendants. It seemed like a trivial idea to Furey at first, but upon consideration, he became convinced the possibility that we are part of a nested simulat…
 
Baen Publisher Toni Weisskopf on reading and the current Great Hunkering Down happening at the moment. She also discusses Baen Books’ response with a new Baen Virtual Roadshow, and other initiatives. Weisskopf also talks about being art director at Baen, and some of the decisions that go into creating the covers. Finally, Weisskopf discusses Give M…
 
Thomas Kidd, Susan R. Matthews, and Christopher Ruocchio discuss Overruled, a science fiction anthology with a law and order theme. It’s lawyers in space, as artist and author Tom Kidd talks about his story of a star-traveling artist in the dock for murder represented by an annoying, but humorous, robot barrister, Susan R. Matthews discusses an arb…
 
Wil McCarthy discusses The Collapsium, a science fiction novel filled with cool, and plausible, extensions of modern physics with wonder-inducing ideas, including materials such as a matrix of stable mini black holes, and programmable matter. It’s a novel of manners, and a hard science fiction gem. McCarthy talks about both the ideas in the book, a…
 
Larry Niven and Steven Barnes discuss Starborn and Godsons by Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle, and Steven Barnes. This is a new entry in the legendary science fiction Heorot series, with previous entries The Legacy of Heorot and Beowulf’s Children. This is the finale to the series. It was nearly complete when Dr. Jerry Pournelle passed away, and Niven…
 
Eric Flint and Ryk E. Spoor discuss Castaway Resolution, the finale to their Castaway Planet subseries, and the Boundary hard science fiction series. This is hard science fiction with a sense of wonder and great problem solving by the characters, who are marooned on a hostile, but fascinating, planet. And a great short story replay from the hallowe…
 
Legendary fantasy author Tim Powers discusses new novel Forced Perspectives, a contemporary fantasy adventure set in a haunted present-day Los Angeles where a death cult attempts to bring back an ancient Egyptian god of destruction thought to be buried in the ruins of Cecille B. DeMille’s Ten Commandments set; and a special redux presentation from …
 
Carol Russo, of Carol Russo Design, the legendary book designer of the great majority of Baen Books covers and interiors, discusses her years working with Baen, including her close interaction with Jim Baen when the company was starting, the startling changes in book design art and craft that have occurred over the years, and the process and art of…
 
Frank Chadwick discusses Ship of Destiny a new military science fiction novel, and follow-up to Chain of Command. The book is a cornucopia of interesting science fiction ideas, precise depiction of interservice rivalry, and excellent and frightening aliens, all presented as an homage to, but not a copy of, Homer’s Odyssey; and David Weber’s Uncompr…
 
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