Author: Michael A. Novelli

Fear by L. Ron Hubbard

“You see it time and again in every internet bio of L. Ron Hubbard that he was just some “obscure science-fiction author” who just happened to stumble onto the biggest money making concern since sliced bread. Putting everything else aside, that’s simply not true. Not only was he one of the founding fathers of modern sci-fi, but that wasn’t even what he was famous for.”

An Interview with Tony Timpone, Editor of Fangoria

“I found him to be a pretty cool guy. A very busy guy, but he was more than willing to go along with my inane questions when he had the time. So without further ado, join us for some light conversation about horror movies, jerks with movie cameras, and why that little star-watch section in People you like so much is bad juujuu all around!”

An Interview with Piers Anthony

“But for the most part, he’s gotten a bad rap. Sure, his books are pervy to the extreme (not that I’m complaining), but his characters are remarkably easy to spend time with, so if you can keep your sensibilities from being offended too much in the first few chapters of any given Xanth story, it’s worth it in the end.”

An Interview with Ed Glaser, Founder of Dark Maze Studios

“I know, his name may not ring too many bells, but he and his film company Dark Maze Studios have been making quite a name for themselves recently, as anyone who’s seen the infamous Press Start can tell you. And they’ll be in for quite the profile boost when they become the official American distributors for the next great film from the makers of Dünyayi Kurtaran Adam: Turkish Rambo!