Recently on Lit to Lens, Will and I interviewed Trevor Quachri, the editor of the esteemed sci-fi mag Analog Science Fiction & Fact.
The magazine has been around since 1930 and in that time has published a number of famous sci-fi authors and thinkers, including Frank Herbert, Orson Scott Card, L. Ron Hubbard, and Joe Haldeman, among others. In our conversation, we talk sci-fi’s place in today’s culture, finding a more diverse author base, and his favorite book-to-film adaptations.
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