Ken’s all over the web with interviews, short stories, news and even bits of music or guest bloggery. If you have a Ken-sighting that isn’t posted below, drop us a note and we’ll get it added.
Our archive only goes to December 2015 so if you’re aware of Ken out there on the web somewhere this year, drop us a note.
- Ken’s new short story, “Evermore, I Told the Raven,” is available now on the Journey Into podcast.
- Ken’s new short story, “On Freedom of Agency and the Finding the Lost Hearts,” is available now in Beneath Ceaseless Skies.
- Ken’s third collection, Blue Yonders, Grateful Pies and Other Fanciful Feasts, is available for pre-order from Fairwood Press.
- Ken’s new short story, “A World Done-In By Great Granny’s Grateful Pie,” is out in Kevin J. Anderson’s holiday anthology A Fantastic Holiday Season: The Gift of Story.
- Read Ken’s new short story, “A Chance of Cats and Dogs,” in the inaugural issue of Urban Fantasy Magazine.
- Listen to the short story that evolved in the Psalms of Isaak, “Of Metal Men and Scarlet Thread and Dancing with the Sunrise,” over at Journey Into….
- Ken performs one of his original songs, “Drive Straight Through,” at Lance and Irene’s Creativity Salon.
- Catch Ken’s birthday tribute to his friend, Jay Lake during his monthly gig at the St Helens Village Inn.
- Read Ken’s post-apocalyptic holiday story, “What Child is this I Ask the Midnight Clear,” over at Evil Girlfriend Media.
- Watch Ken read “What Child is this I Ask the Midnight Clear” at Hillsboro Bards and Brews and then watch him sing after.
- Bridget McKenna at Zone1Design discusses working on Ken’s first two indy published bundles over here and here. Ken highly recommends her work.
- Ken’s second venture into indy publishing, One Small Step (And Other Missing Links) is now available for Nook and Kindle.
- Melissa interviews Ken about the Psalms of Isaak and his writing process over at My World in Words and Pages.
- For Banned Books month, Ken talks about his past roots in fundamentalism in his essay, “Reflections of a Repentant Book Burner,” over at Write All The Words.
- Layers of Thought interviews Ken about faith and female characters among other things.
- Ken’s asked to guest blog about writing the other over at Goodreads
- Descent into Slushland has wonderful reviews up of Canticle and Antiphon. Thanks Brian!
- Ken’s e-book bundle, East of Eden and Just a Bit South (And Other Leaps of Faith) is now available for your Nook.
- Ken’s entered the arena of independent e-book publishing with Walking Bear Media’s first e-book bundle, East of Eden and Just a Bit South (And Other Leaps of Faith) available now on Kindle and coming soon to a Nook near you….
- My World reviews Requiem quite nicely. Thanks Melissa!
- Pre-order Metatropolis: Green Space, an audio project edited by Jay Lake and Ken Scholes, including stories by the editors and Tobias Buckell, Elizabeth Bear, Mary Robinette Kowal, Seanan McGuire and Karl Schroeder.
- Fantasy Literature reviews Lamentation favorably. Thanks Terry!
- Descent into Slushland has very nice things to say about Lamentation. Thanks Brian!
- Ken guest-blogs at Suvudu on “How Far Our Dreams Might Take Us.”
- Paul Goat Allen says wonderful things about “The Genre-Blending Epic Psalms of Isaak” over at the Barnes and Noble Book Blog.
- Check out Ken’s guest blog, “Stuff for the Soup: The Influences that Shaped the Psalms of Isaak,” over at GeekSmash.
- Read Ken’s guest blog, “Libraries and Memory, Knowledge and Power,” over at the Mad Hatter’s Bookshelf and Book Review!
- Pics of Ken and Family at the Powell’s book launch on June 18 (with a nod to Brian Hunt!)
- Requiem is born into the world as hardcover, e-book and audio!
- Read Ken’s guest blog, “Hey, You Got Robot in My Epic Fantasy, Wizard in My Science Fiction,” over at A Daily Dose of R&R.
- Watch Ken’s first European concert at the Imaginales Festival, in Epinal, France.
- Ken’s short story, “Making My Entrance Again With My Usual Flair,” is now available for a listen at EscapePod!
- Listen to “The Boy Who Could Bend and Fall” over at Journey Into….
- Read an excerpt of Requiem at Tor.com!
- Ken was interviewed by Rick Kleffel on the Agony Column podcast!
- A Dribble of Ink talks about the cover for Requiem!
- In November 2012, Ken returned to 52 Book Reviews to talk about World-Building, Trailer Boy Style.
- Ken was the first interview at 52 Book Reviews in September 2012.
- Ken participated in Amber Sista’s Writer Wednesday interview.
- Ken guest-blogged at Heroines of Fantasy and talked a bit about his experience writing the Other.
- Ken’s German friends at Bibliotheka Phantastika had some questions for him (and Ken even dug out some old pictures for this one.)
- Listen to an audio sample of LeVar Burton reading from Ken’s novella “A Symmetry of Serpents and Doves” for Audible.com’s Audie-award winning book Metatropolis: Cascadia.
- Read Ken’s holiday story, “If Dragon’s Mass Eve Be Cold and Clear,” over at Tor.com!
- Ken was interviewed by the Writers & Illustrators of the Future Herald in October 2011.
- In October 2011, Ken talked with Grasping for the Wind about writing, epic fantasy and more!
- In September, Ken was on Hot Talk L.A.’s Between the Sheets with Gaye Ann Bruno and boy did he blush a lot.
- Watch Ken co-host the 2011 Hugo Awards Ceremony with his pal Jay Lake!
- Dark Cargo talked with Ken about The Psalms of Isaak in July 2011.
- Ken was caught performing his wildly popular Dylan and the Queen u2 Tribute Duet at the JayCon after-party in June 2011.
- In May 2011, Lamentation won France’s Prix Imaginales for Best Translated Novel. Check out his French publisher translating Ken’s acceptance speech!
- Read Ken’s Dungeons and Dragons short story, “Poetry and the Sound of Falling Rain,” published by Wizards of the Coast.
- Check out “Grail-Diving in Shangrilla With the World’s Last Mime,” Part 1 and Part 2, over at Starship Sofa!
- Ken’s story, “Making My Entrance Again With My Usual Flair,” is up at Tor.com.
- Ken was interviewed by LEC Book Reviews in October 2010.
- Rising Shadow interviewed Ken in September 2010.
- In October 2010, Ken did an impromptu set of music at his University Bookstore signing for Antiphon. He’s captured there on video performing his original song, “Look What We Made.”
- Ken talked with the folks at Nightflier’s Bookspace in July 2010.
- Read Ken’s collaborations with pal Jay Lake, “The Starship Mechanic” and “Looking for Truth in a Wild Blue Yonder” or give them a listen over at Tor.com!
- Ken appeared in a video interview on Book Chat in June 2010.
- Ken was nominated for the David Gemmell Legend Award for Fantasy and interviewed for their website in May 2010.
- Ken was interviewed in English by the French website, Fantastinet in May 2010.
- Ken attended the Rain Forest Writer’s Retreat in March 2010 and some of his concert was caught on tape, including his original song “Thousand-Ship Beauty.”
- Boomreads sits down with Ken!
- Ken and Tor Books editor Beth Meacham talk with Pixel Media in 2009 about The Psalms of Isaak.
- Listen to an audio excerpt of Canticle!
- Ken chatted with The Lobster and The Canary in December 2009. They asked six questions; he asked one back.
- BookBanter interviewed Ken at World Fantasy. Listen to the interview (with reviews of Lamentation and Canticle) in Episode 21. December 2009.
- Ken was interviewed by the Mad Hatter in October 2009.
- Read “Grail-Diving in Shangrilla with the World’s Last Mime” over at Subterranean Press Magazine.
- Science and Society interviewed Ken again in October 2009.
- Ken talked about keeping ahead of the fear with Jeremy L. C. Jones in Issue #37 of Clarkesworld Magazine. October 2009.
- Spencer Ellsworth interviewed Trailer Boy for Fantasy Magazine in September 2009. They talk character and philosophy — in Ken’s books and beyond.
- Ken’s short story, “The Second Gift Given,” set in the universe of the Psalms of Isaak, is available for your reading pleasure over at Clarkesworld.
- In September 2009, while preparing for the West Coast Tour together, Ken and the amazing Kate Elliott did some guest-blogging together at Babelclash on the Borders Blog.
- Ken chatted with Shaun Farrell from Adventures in SciFi Publishing in August 2009.
- Listen to Ken’s Writers of the Future winning story, “Into the Blank Where Life is Hurled,” over at Starship Sofa!
- Jason Henninger talked with Ken about writing The Psalms of Isaak at Tor.com in June 2009.
- Ken’s interviewed on the Luke Review about Lamentation!
- Brent Kellmer interviewed Ken for the Internet Review of Science Fiction in March 2009.
- Neth Space spoke with Ken about writing in general, Lamentation in particular, and much more. March 2009.
- Ken was interviewed by Locus Magazine for their March 2009 issue.
- Ken talked to writer pal Jay Lake about Lamentation. See pictures from the video shoot here.
- The Psalms of Isaak tie-in story, “A Weeping Czar Beholds the Fallen Moon,” is now available at Tor.com!
- BookLoons Column talked with Ken in February 2009.
- Science and Society interviewed Ken in February 2009.
- The Fantasy Book Critic reviewed Lamentation and let Ken talk about making the transition to novels in February 2009.
- Ken! In French! Interview translated foElbakin.netr in February 2009.
- Listen to an audio excerpt of Lamentation!
- Ken was interviewed for Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist in January 2009.
- Genre Chick Alethea Kontis interviewed Ken in January 2009
2008 and Earlier….
- Suvudu.com asked Five Questions of Ken in December 2008.
- Ken’s most enduring short story, “Edward Bear and the Very Long Walk,” is available for a listen over at EscapePod!
- In December 2008, Ken Scholes and author/best pal Jay Lake road-tripped to San Francisco. They stopped to shoot Ken’s First Ever Rock Video along the way….
- Ken was interviewed over at Blogging the Muse in August 2008. See what he has to say about writing, life, business, and more!
- Read Ken’s short story “Summer in Paris, Light from the Sky,” at Clarkesworld or listen to it on EscapePod!
- Ken was interviewed by Shimmer Magazine in Winter 2006.