Author Archives: A. Lee Martinez

Nuclear Family (short fiction)

Super Janine It’d been years since I’d last seen Margaret. In that time, she’d moved onto a new containment suit. This one covered her head to toe in silver and gold. There was a small visor for her eyes, but not an inch of exposed radioactive skin. She wore a red sundress over the suit […]
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Jaylah Beyond (Star Trek Beyond review)

I watched Star Trek: Beyond this weekend, and I can say it is a pleasant, even entertaining diversion. It smartly ignores the two previous films (especially the dreadful Into Darkness), and is a solid film from top to bottom. It is, however, almost completely unnecessary. There’s not much new or different or challenging about the […]
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Martinez on Chasing the Moon

With the release of The Last Adventure of Constance Verity (in stores now), I’ve been taking a walk down memory lane, discussing my previous novels, what I think about them, why I wrote them, etc. Today, we’re going to talk about Chasing the Moon, my eight novel. Moon is a novel of horror. Specifically, cosmic […]
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Martinez on Divine Misfortune

With The Last Adventure of Constance Verity just over the horizon, we continue our trip down the A. Lee Martinez backlist, Action Force. Let’s talk about Divine Misfortune. Misfortune is probably one of my most misunderstood books, and there’s no two ways about it. It’s all because of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods. Misfortune will always […]
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