On the Burdens of Family Mythology: Q & A with Brandon Wicks

What book is currently on your nightstand? For about a month now, I’ve had Vehlmann, Kerascoët, and Dascher’s Beautiful Darkness by my bedside. One can read the entire thing in about fifteen minutes, but I find myself picking it up every few nights to re-examine a...

On Building A Bridge: Q & A with Daniel M. Ford

Name your favorite books in the fantasy genre Tigana by Guy Gavriel Kay. When I first read this book I was very much taken with the idea that fantasy was separate from literature and that you couldn’t do both at the same time unless your name was Tolkien....

Fatal Light

Okay, then! That’s enough about Gifford’s Ice Cream. Let’s get back to business. To date, SFWP’s best-selling book has been Richard Currey’s Fatal Light. It was originally published in 1988 and we acquired the rights after it went out of print around 2000 or so. Nine...

Interview with SFWP author, Ray Robertson

Ray Robertson graduated from the University of Toronto with High Distinction with a B.A. in philosophy and later gained an M.F.A. in creative writing from Southwest Texas State University. He is the author of the novels Home Movies, Heroes, Moody Food, Gently Down the...

Interview with SFWP author, Alan Cheuse

From acclaimed author Alan Cheuse, Santa Fe Writers Project presents two novellas of compelling intensity. In “The Fires,” Gina Morgan makes a pilgrimage to Uzbekistan to carry out her husband’s final wish only to discover that in this former Soviet...