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Talking with Ti

Mary Anne Mohanraj

TI:  Hello Mary Anne! Thanks for taking the time to talk today. I want to jump right into WILD CARDS—specifically threesomes. *clutches pearls* You’ve said before that you knew immediately that your first story would center on the aforementioned. There … Continue reading "Mary Anne Mohanraj"

Mary Anne Mohanraj
New Book!

JOKER MOON Wild Cards XXIX

In Joker Moon, the next Wild Cards adventure from series editor George R. R. Martin, we follow Aarti, the Moon Maid, who can astrally project herself onto the surface of the moon and paint projections across the lunarscape.

JOKER MOON Wild Cards XXIX
Short Stories

Wild Cards Short Fiction

By Alan Brennert

In Alan Brennert’s “Skin Deep,” we see for the first time the events of September 15, 1946 from the viewpoint of someone living on the West Coast of the United States. Trina Nelson is a pretty, popular sixteen-year-old high school student whose idyllic life took a turn for the tragic because of the Wild Cards virus...

Wild Cards Short Fiction
DEATH DRAWS FIVE Re-Release

COMING SOON!

By John J. Miller

Wild Cards XVII: John Fortune is the son of Peregrine and Fortunato, two of the most powerful and popular Aces the world has ever known. Now, in Death Draws Five, his card has finally turned. He’s an Ace! And proud of it…

COMING SOON!
Latest Blog

It’s a Matter of Time

by Peter Newman

by Peter Newman I’ve been thinking about what makes Wild Cards different from other worlds populated by super powered characters. There’s less spandex for one thing. And everyone in Wild Cards knows that the underpants go, well, under the pants. But it’s … Continue reading "It’s a Matter of Time"

It’s a Matter of Time

Using Music to Enhance Stories

by William F. Wu Recently Jason Powell wrote a great essay about rock ‘n’ roll in Wild Cards. It made me think about the ways I used popular music in two of my Wild Cards stories. No major plot spoilers … Continue reading "Using Music to Enhance Stories" Continue Reading

Sick Monsters

by Cherie Priest Now let us sing of the apocalypse, brought to you by an alien virus, conniving extraterrestrials, and colossally bad luck.  The good news: it didn’t kill everybody, and a few folks came out the other side with … Continue reading "Sick Monsters" Continue Reading

A Brief History of Loudness

by Bradley Denton      My primary Wild Cards character, Freddie “Amplifier” Fullerton, the World’s Loudest Boy, has starred in one Wild Cards story so far (“Naked, Stoned, and Stabbed,” Tor.com, October 16, 2019), and he’s slated to appear in the upcoming … Continue reading "A Brief History of Loudness" Continue Reading