Interview with Kitty G

This series of interviews with science fiction and fantasy bloggers, podcasters, editors and youtubers turns 50 today. I have been very pleased to have the chance to get the insights of so many interesting people. Thanks to all my guests and to all the readers who have followed the series so far. For the fiftieth… Continue reading Interview with Kitty G

Interview with Novels and Nonsense

This evening I am sitting amid piles of yarn, watching the flashing hook wielded by booktuber Samantha from Novels and Nonsense.  SCy-Fy: How do you prepare for a show, Samantha? N&N: To be perfectly honest, I don’t do too much preparing for my videos aside from deciding what I would like to film. Most of the… Continue reading Interview with Novels and Nonsense

Interview with Nicole Poweleit (Nicole’s Adventures in SFF)

My guest today is booktuber Nicole Poweleit from Nicole’s Adventures in SFF. SCy-Fy: Nicole, your channel has grown quickly to have more than 2,000 subscribers. What are your impressions so far? NP: Overall, creating a booktube channel has been a great experience for me. There are some positives and some negatives to youtube as a platform,… Continue reading Interview with Nicole Poweleit (Nicole’s Adventures in SFF)

Interview with The Android’s Conundrum

I am sitting across from a book cover, behind which is hiding mysterious booktuber and reviewer Katherine from The Android’s Conundrum. SCy-Fy: Katherine, getting into booktubing is a recent move for you, isn’t it? TAC:  I’ve only been making YouTube videos for about six months now, but I’ve been writing book reviews for years. When… Continue reading Interview with The Android’s Conundrum

Interview with Stephenie Sheung (The Bibliosanctum)

My guest today is Stephenie Sheung, also known as “Mogsy”. She began her blogging career writing video game reviews and chronicling her adventures through online worlds before becoming part of the team at The BiblioSanctum, a book blog for speculative fiction.  SCy-Fy: Tell me about a typical blogging day, Stephenie. SS: These days it’s pretty… Continue reading Interview with Stephenie Sheung (The Bibliosanctum)

Interview with Books and Pieces

My guest today is booktuber Elizabeth from Books and Pieces, a Youtube channel with more than 5,000 subscribers. SCy-Fy: How do you prepare for a show, Elizabeth? B&P: The amount of preparation needed for a video really depends on the content. Something simple like what I’ve been reading in a month is pretty minimal, but anything factual… Continue reading Interview with Books and Pieces

Interview with Bitten by a radioactive book

My guest today is Michael from the Youtube channel Bitten by a radioactive book. SCy-Fy: Thanks for dropping by, Michael. How do you prepare for a show? Bbarb: It depends a bit on the theme. For more informative videos like author features or guides I research the theme beforehand. For tags I also prepare the books… Continue reading Interview with Bitten by a radioactive book

Interview with Common Touch of Fantasy

Today I’m talking to website and Youtube book reviewer Paul from Common Touch of Fantasy.   SCy-Fy: What is your major goal as a reviewer at the moment, Paul? CToF: I want to gain a better foundation of books that I have read. As someone that has rediscovered his love for reading after taking a prolonged break,… Continue reading Interview with Common Touch of Fantasy

Interview with Kalanadi

I posted two weeks ago about science fiction and fantasy Youtubers and Booktubers and also suggested some channels to investigate. I will be including some Youtubers in my ongoing series of interviews with SFF genre people. Today I’m talking to Rachel, a Youtuber who runs a mostly-SFF Booktube channel called Kalanadi.  SCy-Fy: How do you prepare for a show, Rachel? K:… Continue reading Interview with Kalanadi

Interview with Kristin Centorcelli (My Bookish Ways, SF Signal)

This morning I’m going to be chatting with Kristin Centorcelli, Editor in Chief at My Bookish Ways, Associate Editor at SF Signal, and reviewer at Library Journal and Publisher’s Weekly. SCy-Fy: You write for two very busy genre blogs, Kristin. How do you organise your time? KC: Coffee first, then in the a.m. I usually… Continue reading Interview with Kristin Centorcelli (My Bookish Ways, SF Signal)