Welcome, whoever you may be, to my review policy. As this blog continues to grow, I thought it was a good time to update this page. It was a bit of a cluttered mess before, so hopefully this revised version will be a bit more concise. Here we go.
Books I am open to:
-Traditionally Published Authors
*I am based in the UK, and acknowledge that this may make postage impossible for some publishers/authors.
Books I am closed to:
-Fantasy, Horror, and other non-SF genres
-Self Published Authors**
**The exception to these exclusions is the SPSFC. Outside of this competition, however, I am unable to accept digital copies for review.
Music I am open to:
-Artists signed to a label
-Any music that has a science fiction or ‘nerd’ influence***
***My preferred genres are metal and rock, but I will listen to just about anything.
The above information is true for all reviews, and will be updated in the event that I alter my policy. Should you have any further questions, let me know in the comments. And if you’re an author/publicist/artist who thinks I’m a risk worth taking, I look forward to hearing from you.
If you are an author or artist whose work I have covered on this site, I am more than happy to interview you to better promote your work. Even if I didn’t personally enjoy your work, I’m eager to help you find the right audience. At this time all interviews are conducted through email or other written formats only. If you (or an individual your represent) are interested in being interviewed At Boundary’s Edge, please get in touch using my Contact form, or by fidning me on Twitter (@HormannAlex).
In the interest of neutrality, I am unable to interview SPSFC authors during a year in which they are in the competition. If you are a previous SPSFC contestant, or have been eliminated from the present year’s contest, I will happily interview you as per any other author.