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Jonathan Nevair

science fiction author

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New Release

Stellar Instinct
(December 1, 2022)

A daring secret agent. A virtual reality mastermind. Two players in a deadly game of galactic cat and mouse...

A SPY-FI SPACE OPERA

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Sharp action with intriguing characters.

-Rachel Aukes, best selling author of Space Junk

(Wayward Wars)

Praise & Reviews

This book is going to be equally enjoyable by someone who has absorbed Star Trek into their personality as it is by someone who would rather watch Kingsman.

-Westveil Publishing

Stellar Instinct is a blast of fun and adventure!

-Spells and Spaceships

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Upcoming/Recent Appearances

For a full list of past appearances, please go to the Appearances page.

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TBR CON 2023

Topic: Hopepunk and Optimistic Futures

Jan. 29 12-1:30 p.m. EST

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TBR CON 2023

Topic: A New Golden Age of Space Opera

Jan. 25 10-11:30 a.m. EST

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Online Author Reading and Interview. Host: Space Cowboy Books.

(January 24th 2023). 9 p.m. EST

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SFF Addicts Podcast. Author Interview. Host: Adrian Gibson.

(December 15th 2022).

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Fiction Fans Podcast. Author Interview:

Stellar Instinct by Jonathan Nevair 

(December 9, 2022).

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SFF Addicts podcast: Heists & Capers in SFF - Leslye Penelope, M.J. Kuhn, Robert Bennett Jackson,

Jonathan Nevair (Nov. 1, 2022).

Appearances
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SFF Addicts podcast. Panel: Space Opera - Adrian Tchaikovsky, J.S. Dewes, Jonathan Nevair (Feb 8, 2022)

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Jonathan Nevair

Jonathan Nevair (he/him/his) is a speculative fiction author and, as Dr. Jonathan Wallis, an art historian and Professor of Art History at Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia. After two decades of academic teaching and publishing, he finally got up the nerve to write fiction. 

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