I sat down with Hanson Oak of Deadwood Interviews recently for his inaugural podcast episode. We discussed publishing, writing, and why social media is a dumpster fire. Don’t miss this! Deadwood Interviews: Episode 1 – B.K. Bass (Kyanite Publishing)
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When an average office drone’s Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder leads to an odd malady, he undergoes a physical and psychological metamorphosis.
Awards and Acolades
I have added to bkbass.com a page with a list of all the awards and contest wins I have won so far an an author.
A Month of Worldbuilding
As December rolls up on us, I have a very exciting project that I am about to embark upon. World Anvil has a huge event this month called WorldEmber, and I’m setting a goal for myself of writing 50,000 words.
A Slice of Cake with B.K. Bass
I had a new interview go live today! Check out my unconventional conversation with the witty and talented Claire Buss! A Slice of Cake With B.K. Bass by Claire Buss
Our article on the ‘Punk genres, such as cyberpunk and steampunk, is now availbable. CLICK HERE to read the full article! Like a mechanical octopus rising from the deep, the various ‘punk genres of speculative fiction can be surprising, amusing, and frightening! The ‘punk genres often blur the lines between different types of speculative fiction. Continue reading “Everything ‘Punk!”
The Burning Sands: Cressus
Cressus is the southernmost city on the northern peninsula. Situated near the Cressian Oasis, there is a sufficient water supply to sustain the city. Surplus water is still imported from Shem, and then traded to the lands of Kosh in the south. Cressus lies near the edge of The Great Sand Sea and is plaguedContinue reading “The Burning Sands: Cressus”
Warriors Of Understone aesthetic
She turned and looked down the hall, her back to him. Without looking back, she said, “I don’t have to want, I just have to obey.”
My interview with Jesper Schmidt on Fane of Fantasy is online! Click here to see it now! We discuss applying the concepts of sociology to fantasy world-building. Come take a look! Don’t forget to like and subscribe. Jesper has a lot of amazing and informative videos on his channel about world-building and developing aspects ofContinue reading “YouTube Interview”
Given that this website is a platform for my career as a fiction author, I tend to avoid speaking out about current events. Considering the gravitas of today’s events, however, I feel that opening dialogues about what is happening is the only responsible thing to do. For those who may not be caught up, IContinue reading “Global Tensions”