Endless Hunger by Kevin Weir

The new world is full of wireless technologies, medical marvels, and advanced security.

It’s 2133, and Earth has rebuilt after a global catastrophe.

Megacities, wireless tech, and augmented humans are all commonplace. What isn’t common, is Kraft. Kraft sees monsters. This tends to get him in trouble, especially when the rest of the world doesn’t believe they exist. For Kraft, even an easy job like cleaning a corporation’s computer system involves a dark cult, a battle with faeries, and a computer virus that reaches into the real world.

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Interview with J.R. Campbell and Shannon Allen

Interview with JR Campbell and Shannon Allen

The story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table are embedded into our thoughts, even if you’ve never picked up a book about them. These stories are so much a part of Western literature, they often get woven into other more modern tales. However, seldom do we get a chance to explore the myths and legends with wholly new stories. Editors J.R. Campbell and Shannon Allen have brought together a new collection of Arthurian tales in By the Light of Camelot.

The anthology is recently released. We took a moment to get the thoughts of what went into making the anthology with the editors J.R. Campbell and Shannon Allen.

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By the Light of Camelot edited by J. R. Campbell & Shannon Allen

By the Light of Camelot

13 Newly Imagined Arthurian Tales Set Against a Landscape of Magic, Cruelty, and Destiny…

Many were called. Few remembered.

Ruled by Arthur, the Once and Future King, these Knights took their place next to those who would become legend. Lancelot. Galahad. Tristan. Yet Kingdoms are not shaped by myths but by courage and belief…

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Episode 301: Chickens Come Home to Roost

Chickens Come Home to Roost

Dr Sage is forced to confront the situation with Cunningham, as she hides his deteriorating body in a closet. Will she let him die, and if so, what will happen to his conscious mind back in Antwerp?

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Episode 001: Season One Synopsis

Sage and Savant Season One Synopsis

This is NOT an episode, but a complete synopsis of Season One. If you are new to the podcast and want to get started with Season Two, this synopsis will give you all the information you need to jump right in at episode 201. If you are a long-time Sage and Savant listener, this is a great way to refresh yourself with the events of Season One without having to listen to all fourteen episodes. However, this is just a synopsis and does not replace the rich story and characterizations of the full episodes.

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N. K. Blazevic, Inspired by Nature

N. K. Blazevic was born in Montreal and currently lives in Saint-Andre-D’Argenteuil, Quebec, where she has become a passionate beekeeper. She studied art for a year in college but she could not nurture her talent or interest there. She was much more interested in being outdoors. She fled to the countryside of the Quebec Laurentians where she apprenticed for a stone mason and cultivated her love of art and animals. She considers herself a student of life with a keen interest in the natural world. She hopes her book Grimenna can not only entertain and enchant readers, but can help to promote a green renaissance.

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Grimenna by N. K. Blazevic

Grimenna audio excerpt

When Courage finds Hope…

It was in the great forest Grimenna that the first spirits were born, created from the beliefs of men and nourished by thoughts both good and evil. As time unfolded men began to shun these spirits, he turned away from their guidance and plundered the forest for his own means without giving thanks. It was then dark creatures rose from the earth, conjured from the depths of nightmares, and began to drive him out. He found refuge across the great river that divided the land and it was there he settled. No one dared cross the river again; only the wicked, the unclean and criminal were thrown back across to be punished.

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The music from Joyeuse le départ

Joyeuse le départ Sound Track

The sound track from episode 210 is available for your listening pleasure–over 45 minutes of orchestral music as we venture into the unknown.

Music from episode 210: Joyeuse le départ – Provost Cunningham has been a thorn in Doctor Petronella Sage’s side ever since she came to King’s College and now she must confront him for once and for all. Will Cunningham succeed in ending the Doctor’s research, or will Sage find a way to convince the skeptical provost she must be allowed to continue her work? Music from this month’s special two-part episode: Joyeuse le départ.
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Re-imagining Heroes With Andrew J. Peters

Andrew at FlameCon

Andrew J. Peters is an award-winning author, an educator and an activist. His novel The City of Seven Gods won the 2017 Silver Falchion award for Best Horror/Fantasy and was a finalist for 2016 Sci Fi/Fantasy Book of the Year at the Foreword INDIES. His Werecat series was a 2016 Readers’ Choice finalist at The Romance Reviews. He has written two books for young adults (The Seventh Pleaide and Banished Sons of Poseidon), and he is the author of the adult novel Poseidon and Cleito.

In 2016, Andrew was featured in Loop Magazine’s “Four Must-Read Authors with Buffalo Ties.” (That’s Buffalo the city, not ties with buffaloes). Continue reading “Re-imagining Heroes With Andrew J. Peters”