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Point of View: The Dragon Eater Teaser #2

Hey all… we’re just 47 days (and counting) away from my first major release in twenty months. I am thrilled to bring The Dragon Eater (Tharassas Cycle Book 1) to you thanks to Steven Radecki and Water Dragon Publishing. Each week I’ll share something special from the book and an excerpt. This week, it’s the … Read more

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Point of View: The Dragon Eater Teaser #1

Gullton Map - The Dragon Eater

Hey all… we’re just two months away from my first major release in twenty months – I released Dropnauts in May of 2021. I didn’t mean for it to take this long, but there were reasons. That said, I am thrilled to bring my new Tharassas Cycle to you thanks to Steven Radecki and Water … Read more

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Review: The Stark Divide

The Stark Divide - J. Scott Coatsworth

Just got a five star review from Ulysses at the Paranormal Romance Guild Universal Buy Link The Review I was drawn to this book initially because of the character of Colin McAvery. The presence of a gay character, with a partner, in a sci-fi series. What I didn’t expect was that, while McAvery is central … Read more

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Review: Androids & Aliens

Androids & Aliens review - QSF

Just got a great review from Maryann at QueerSciFi.com: “All of the short stories in J. Scott Coatsworth’s new collection Androids & Aliens are fantastic, but for this review, I decided to focus on my four favorites. Shit City: I loved the characters, Jason Vasquez and Jackson Flynt, and would love to read more about … Read more

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REVIEW: Cailleadhama – J. Scott Coatsworth

Caileadhama: Through the Veil

Just got a great review of Cailleadhama from Maryann at Queer Sci Fi: “Colton Davis lives in San Francisco, on the dangerous side of the Wall. He’s a trans-man whose transition is not yet complete… Tris is an elf who has crossed the veil from Gleanna Sidhu. He’s come to find his brother Laris and bring him … Read more

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Repetition Gets Reviewed!

Repetition Review - QSF

Just got a great review for Repetition over at Queer Sci Fi – thanks, Maryann! “Davis Redland has a program that can do “past-pathing.”… His new client John has an unusual request – he wants Davis to change his past to put him back into the closet. “Repetition” is a well-written tale, in a “Twilight … Read more

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NEW RELEASE: Tangents & Tachyons – J. Scott Coatsworth

Tangents & Tachyons - J. Scott Coatsworth

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new queer sci fi collection out: Tangents & Tachyons. And there’s a giveaway! Tangents & Tachyons is Scott’s second anthology – six sci fi and sci-fantasy shorts that run the gamut from time travel to hopepunk and retro spec fic: Eventide: Tanner Black awakes to find himself in his own study, … Read more

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COVER REVEAL: Tangents & Tachyons – J. Scott Coatsworth

Tangents & Tachyons - J. Scott Coatsworth

I have a new queer sci fi collection coming out on December 10th, and am sharing the cover with you today: Tangents & Tachyons. And there’s a giveaway too! Tangents & Tachyons is Scott’s second anthology – six sci fi and sci-fantasy shorts that run the gamut from time travel to hopepunk and retro spec fic: … Read more

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POINT OF VIEW: A Week in Shit City

Save the World

I’m neck-deep in shit. Not literally, thank the stars. And if you thought this was going to be a column about what an awful week I just had, you’ll be sorely disappointed. The COP26 climate change conference just wrapped up in Dublin. And while the latest accords and agreements weren’t nearly enough to stave off … Read more

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QUEER SCI FI Reviews Prolepsis

Prolepsis Review

“The story is period perfect. I’d forgotten all about CompuServe forums and message boards. It brought back so many memories for me… The whole thing has such a light touch that when a sad revelation is made, it gets you right where it hurts. There are moments of sadness spread throughout a story of such … Read more