THE CRIME INTERVIEWS: [BESTSELLING AUTHORS TALK ABOUT WRITING CRIME FICTION ning about how to write, how to be a writer, or about the writing life in general, what greater resource and pleasure than frank, revealing interviews with some of today's best-selling authors? Len Wanner's acclaimed interview series continues with VOLUME THREE, featuring in-depth interviews with tw..
PIRATE DIARY: THE JOURNAL OF JAKE CARPENTER (HISTORICAL FICTION DIARIES) year-old boy who, in 1716 sets off from North Carolina to become a sailor, but ends up a pirate instead.
Curious about life on a pirate ship? Climb aboard this account of adventure on the high seas as told by a feisty nine-year-old carpenter's apprentice, circa 1716. Historically accurate illustr..
OF FICTION AND FAITH: TWELVE AMERICAN WRITERS TALK ABOUT THEIR VISION AND WORK in-depth, personal interviews between W. Dale Brown and twelve American writers-from celebrated award winners to those just beginning to find readers. Conducted over a five-year period, these face-to-face interviews provide a window into the personal and literary lives of some of our most significan..
MONKEYS, MYTHS, AND MOLECULES: SEPARATING FACT FROM FICTION, AND THE SCIENCE OF EVERYDAY LIFE
The internet is a powerful beast when it comes to science; the answer to any query you may have is just a few keystrokes away. But when there are multiple answers from various sources, how do we know what information is reliable? In Monkeys, Myths, and Molecules, bestselling author Dr. Joe Schwarcz..
TESSERACTS TWELVE: NEW NOVELLAS OF CANADIAN FANTASTIC FICTION (TESSERACTS #12) y other volume in this critically acclaimed series showcasing the best in Canadian speculative fiction. For the first time in its distinguished history, Tesseracts focuses on novellas, the form believed by many to be the best expression of fantastic and speculative storytelling. In Tesseracts Twelve..
DARK SINS, DARK DREAMS: CRIME IN SCIENCE FICTION Dreams) • essay by Bill Pronzini
Bernie the Faust • (1963) • novelette by William Tenn
The Several Murders of Roger Ackroyd • (1977) • short story by Barry N. Malzberg
Non Sub Homine • (1975) • short story by H. W. Whyte
Booth 13 • (1968) • short story by John Lutz
BEACHAM'S SOURCEBOOK FOR TEACHING YOUNG ADULT FICTION: EXPLORING HARRY POTTER or patenting Harry Potter fans, this indispensable guidebook takes you behind the Potter legend, into the life of its author J. K. Rowling, and gives young readers many more hours of enjoyment beyond reading the novels themselves.Explore the origins and mysteries of Harry's world, its history, scien..
THE SLEEP-OVER ARTIST: FICTION and insight of his highly praised debut, Seduction Theory ("Brilliantly captures the great expectations and recurring ambivalence of youth."—The New York Times), Thomas Beller continues to plumb the adventures of his hero, Alex Fader, a youthful existentialist and sensualist with an insatiable ap..
FAN FICTION AND FAN COMMUNITIES IN THE AGE OF THE INTERNET: NEW ESSAYS iterary works since the days of Homer's Odyssey and Euripedes' Medea. More recently, a number of science fiction and fantasy works have found devoted fan followings. The advent of the internet has brought these groups from relatively limited, face-to-face enterprises to easily accessible global comm..
IT CAME FROM BOB'S BASEMENT: EXPLORING THE SCIENCE FICTION AND MONSTER MOVIE ARCHIVE OF BOB BURNS ng space to display a full-size creature from the Black Lagoon or a pair of Frankenstein's clod-hoppers, Bob Burns is the patron saint of special effects for B movies. His storied basement houses the largest private collection of props, models, sketches, storyboards, and other bits of nostalgic debr..