J. M. Frey is a science fiction and fantasy author, and fanthropologist & pop culture scholar.
She is also a freelance voice actor and speaker. She appears as a guest on podcasts, television and radio programs, and is currently the recurring pop-culture guest and Friday Co-Host on AMI-audio’s daily morning show‘s “Live From Studio 5.
For a full bio and headshots, please visit the About page.
J.M.’s Upcoming Appearances
I’m honoured to be able to announce that my unproduced screenplay has been named an OFFICIAL SELECTION by the below Film Festivals!
Humankind has mastered peace. At least, that’s what we claim. But then they arrive. Aliens– the last of a dead race. Suffering culture shock, they take refuge on a world they cannot understand; one which cannot comprehend their loss.
“Frey knocks it out of the park with a remarkable tale of alien refugees, time travel, intrigue, the pervasive madness of grief, and love that transcends culture, gender, and species. Classic science fiction elements are smoothly updated.”
-Publishers Weekly’s Best Books 2011
Pip is pulled against her will into the epic fantasy novel series she’s loved since she was a teenager. But the world is darker, and far more dangerous than she could have predicted. Pip knows how to navigate the pitfalls and loopholes of this particular world – but what will happen to her beloved characters outside of the comfort of the fantasy they were written for?
“I want more. Books more.” — Ed Greenwood, Forgotten Realms
He calls himself the Prince. Humanoid but not human he isfascinating, sensual, at the cusp of maturity, and accustomed to getting what he wants. And Lydia has awoken in his world to find that she has been given to him–as a pet, a plaything, and if he desires, a lover.
“Often deeply thoughtful, to the point of being philosophical, but just as often tender, erotic, and exciting!”
—Bending the Bookshelf
J.M. READS playlist – a sample from everything she’s published.
It’s no secret that I began my creative life as a fan fiction writer and cosplayer, so I am incredibly flattered when people create fanwork based on my worlds.