Posts Tagged ‘JM Frey’
This week we are starting an exciting new series on the ‘blog: interviews with speculative fiction authors and illustrators about things that matter to them and to us here in the Wayfarers. If you’re new to the site, please take a moment to check out our front page and read what the Quest for the Cure is all about – raising $100,000 for cancer research and support worldwide, by doing a 500-mile trip from Belfast to Edinburgh this October using only medieval gear.
Toronto-based J.M. Frey (pronounced “fry”) is a sci-fi and fantasy author, receiving a number of awards for her short-form work in novellas and short stories; she has also been a guest panelist on Space!channel and is an avid cosplayer – so she understands about our costumes! Her debut novel, TRIPTYCH, is available at Chapters and Amazon, and you can check her out on the web at her website (jmfrey.net) and on Twitter (@scifrey). She is also one of those awesome authors who frequents literary social media site Goodreads.
We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to Ms Frey for responding to our email with such enthusiasm. Our Quest would not be possible without the support of outstanding people like you!
Let’s jump right in:
1. How does your work involve people, events, or actions that change the world? Read the rest of this entry »