Icarus: A Graphic Novel by Gregory A. Wilson and Matt Slay

Icarus: A Graphic Novel by Gregory A. Wilson and Matt Slay

  Silence in the Library is excited to announce that we’ve launched a Kickstarter for Gregory A. Wilson and artist Matt Slay’s graphic novel Icarus. Icarus and Jellinek are, on the surface, about as different as two beings can possibly be. Icarus is a...
Athena’s Daughters, vol. 1

Athena’s Daughters, vol. 1

Summary From a young girl facing a life-threatening crisis at Lunar Camp to a crew of elderly women graced with the power of Greek Gods, you’ll find an engaging and diverse range of science fiction and fantasy stories by women, about women. Authors Mary Robinette...

Guest Post By Athena’s Daughters Author Danielle Ackley-McPhail

True strength is in knowing when you’ve screwed up. I know…you might not get that at first. How can knowing you made a mistake be strength? Easy. Recognizing your error gives you a chance to correct it. Like this article, for example. It was due…oh…a week ago. Yeah, I...

Guest post by Athena’s Daughter’s author E.J. Lawrence

The first adult novel I remember reading was David Edding’s ‘The Diamond Throne’ from his Elenium series followed closely by David Brin’s ‘Otherness’. They were as far apart as Fantasy and Science Fiction could get, but together they were my base, my home turf. My...

Guest post by Janine K. Spendlove: How do you do it all?

Co-producer of Athena’s Daughters (and one of the authors in the anthology), Janine K. Spendlove has allowed us to re-post one of her more popular blog posts: “Balancing 3 lives: How do I do it all? The answer is, I don’t.” In addition to being...