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Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire

Sincerity is the Watchword

by Seanan McGuire

I watch a lot of horror movies. However many you’re thinking right now, I regret to inform you that you have woefully underestimated the number of horror movies that I have watched in my lifetime. I watch a lot of horror movies. My earliest cinematic memories involve horror movies--Alien when I was three years old, sitting on my uncle’s lap in the living room of our old apartment; The Blob after a midnight trip to the emergency vet to have a cattail removed from my cat’s eye; Critters in my grandmother’s living room, elbows buried in the plush beige carpet, dreaming of marrying the handsome red-haired boy in the lead role. So many horror movies.

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HEX by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

Americanizing Words and Witches

by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

So I wrote a book a few years ago and it became hugely successful in my home country of The Netherlands. And in half of Belgium. That’s because half of Belgium speaks Dutch.

The problem with being Dutch is that only about 23 million people in the world speak your language. There are more people in Shanghai than there are people who speak Dutch. Think about it. If you meet a random person at any given place in the world, chances are higher that they’re from a single city than that they share your mother tongue. Sounds pretty lonely, huh? And still, we’re the seventh happiest country in the world, according to the World Happiness Report. Maybe there’s a link.

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Quantum Break: Zero State by Cam Rogers

Designing Story: Quantum Break

by Cam Rogers

My favorite storytellers are students of life, magpies, and curious about everything. By assembling disparate things into unlikely combinations, they create something surprising and alive.

Art exists to affect an audience. For me, this means imparting something unexpected and true--no matter if I’m writing about a librarian debating the color of his curtains, or a 200-year-old surgeon looking to break a deal with a banished angel.

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On the Road: Author Events in April

Author Events

Tor/Forge authors are on the road in April! Once a month, we’re collecting info about all of our upcoming author events. Check and see who’ll be coming to a city near you.

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