Tag Archives: gender

Cora guest-blogs elsewhere

First of all, I have a guest post in the “Nobody Knew She Was There” series about female SFF writers over on Sarah Ash’s blog today. I talk about the challenges of being a woman from a non-anglophone country who … Continue reading

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New science fiction collection: Bug-Eyed Monsters and the Women Who Love Them

I have another new release to announce and once again it’s a collection of short science fiction stories written during the July Short Story Challenge, where I wrote a short story per day in July 2015. One thing I noticed … Continue reading

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New Shattered Empire novella available: Partners in Crime

It’s been a while (December in fact) since our last new release announcement, but I’ll make up for that with three new release coming up in February. Let’s start with a new entry in my Shattered Empire space opera series: … Continue reading

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Interview with Writer K.S. Augustin a.k.a. Cara d’Bastian

Today, I continue our irregular series of interviews with international indie writers and welcome K.S. Augustin a.k.a. Cara d’Bastian to the Pegasus Pulp blog. K.S. Augustin’s indie publishing venture Sandal Press celebrates its second anniversary in August. 1. Tell us … Continue reading

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Do we have a New Pulp Fiction and do we need one?

Last year, I wrote a trio of posts about the resurgence of pulp fiction and the “anything goes” spirit of the pulp era thanks to the electronic publishing revolution. You can find them here, here and here. Now the New … Continue reading

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The Princess and the Baker’s Boy – or why I write unconventional gender dynamics

Last week, I blogged about Fifty Shades of Grey and gender roles in romantic fiction over at the Cora Buhlert blog. In the context of that post, I also mentioned that I only just realized that I tend to write … Continue reading

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Author versus Publisher – the Female Edition

In the past week, there have been some interesting developments in the field of author versus publisher conflicts with agents caught in the middle. All of the current conflicts involve female writers for some reason: A literary agent responds to … Continue reading

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