Monthly Archives: July 2021

Excalibur Author Interview: Regina Glei – “Good Drama Never Gets Old”

Today, Excalibur Books is proud to have an interview with the author who contributed the introduction to “The Phantom Games”. That introduction set the scene for the whole anthology, and recent events have proven it to be scarily accurate. Please … Continue reading

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Excalibur Author Interview: Hugh Ashton – “Some of us have learned to be better …”

Excalibur Books is delighted to feature an interview with best-selling and multi-talented author, Hugh Ashton.  Could you tell us a little about yourself and your background? Born in the UK, and graduated from Cambridge University (a mediocre Philosophy degree, if … Continue reading

Posted in Alternative History, Dieselpunk, Japan, Literature, Science Fiction, Steampunk | 66 Comments