20 Questions Flashback
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Want to join in the fun? Check out “20 Questions with your Favorite Author.” We record on Tuesdays at 8pm CST on https://twitch.tv/curseddragonship with incredible speculative fiction authors. For everyone who watches the podcast live, not only do you get to ask your unique questions, you get a chance to win free books! Who doesn’t want free books?
Curious about how much fun we have? Check out our very first podcast from November 2020 below with horror writer Jessica Raney.
We’ll see you Tuesday, May 18th at 8pm CST where we interview Russell Davis.
RUSSELL DAVIS has written and sold numerous novels and short stories in virtually every genre of fiction, under at least a half-dozen pseudonyms. His writing has encompassed media tie-in work in the Transformers universe to action adventure in The Executioner series to original novels and short fiction in anthology titles like Under Cover of Darkness, Law of the Gun, and In the Shadow of Evil. In addition to his work as a writer, he has worked as an editor and book packager, and created original anthology titles ranging from westerns like Lost Trails to fantasy like Courts of the Fey.
Russell was the Genre Fiction Concentration Director for the MA/MFA program at Western Colorado University and a course developer and adjunct instructor at Excelsior College in undergraduate literature and writing courses. He was the president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) from 2008–2010, and has been a member of numerous other writing organization including the Western Writers of America (WWA), Mystery Writers of America (MWA), and the Romance Writers of America (RWA).
His most recent releases include a re-issue of the four book Daughter of Destiny series (as Jenna Solitaire) from WordFire Press, and he’s currently working on a new collection, Written in the Scars on Our Hearts, editing a forthcoming western anthology, and co-writing a middle grade novel with Fran Wilde.