Kay Kenyon talks to Shaun Farrell on this week's Adventures in SciFi Publishing podcast. They discuss her new novel, Bright of the Sky, which she describes as an action adventure novel with depth. They also talk about how the digital divide may lead to an intelligence divide, and whether the blame for the decrease in SF's readership lies with readers or writers. As Kay says: "If there's one thing we learn from science fiction, it's that the future is not going to be like the past and it's not going to be like the present."
(Note for those short of time and/or attention:Kay's interview begins 6 minutes in.)