18 August 2015 - Author Spotlight – Sarah Zama, and Science Fiction, Flapper Style - Nine Day Wonder
26 February 2016 - Speakeasies and the Roaring Twenties: and Interview with Sarah Zama - Down the Rabit Hole
25 February 2016 - I Pay a Social Call to The Old Shelter - Atherton's Magic Vapour
19 February 2016 - Interview with Sarah Zama, author of Give in to the Feeling - Sara Letourneaus's Official Website & Blog
12 June 2016 - How I Write – Sarah Zama - Lady Nicci Blog
Crime Writer Sue Coletta
23 February 2016
"Don’t get me wrong. I see quite a lot of novels set in the Twenties, most of them being family sagas and erotica. But let’s be honest, the Twenties call for crime fiction. Gangsters, bootlegging, speakeasies, flaming youth… come on!"
Bard Writes Books
22 February 2016
"At its core, Dieselpunk is a genre of doubts. It rebels against what it sees, but it doubts what it’ll find beyond the rebellion.
This is something Dieselpunk as in common with a predecessors that greatly influences how these stories are recounted and thought. A predecessor coming straight out of the diesel era: film noir."
Sue Vincent's Daily Echo
23 June 2017
"America in the 1940s was a time of huge social change. WWII transformed the dynamics of American society in many ways – not least, gender roles and the relationship between men and women.
In a very stylised way, drenched in darkness, mystery and anxiety, film noir reflects that epochal change."
22 February 2016 - Guest Post: Shadows Against Light: the Soul Of Noir - Bard Writs Books
24 February 2016 - Guest Blog: Speakeasy: Roaring Twenties America in a Shot - Hope and Dreams: My Writing and My Sons
6 March 2016 - Guest Blog by Sarah Zama: Fantasy’s Love Affair with History - Woelf Diestrich Blog
2 September 2016 - The Jazz Age: Why Life Sounded Like Jazz in the 1920s - The Write Stuff
4 September 2016 - Ain't We Have Fun: The New Woman Enters the Speakeasy - Writer's Treasure Chest
Nicholas C. Rossis Blog
21 July 2015
Sarah Zama recently commented on y My Two Top Tips to an Aspiring Writer, offering her point of view on what a publisher cannot realistically be expected to do. I thought her comment was so interesting, that I asked her for a guest post. Happily, she obliged. Enjoy!