I am guest-posting at J. Kathleen Cheny’s site, about Research Rabbit Holes I have Known… Â
(or any other time) Kristi Charish and I talk whiskey, wine, what never to do at a convention, and a new kind of Weird West on the Adventures in SF Publishing podcast
Some of them possibly even coherent. As a prelude to the release of DEAD MAN’S HAND, John Joseph Adams interviewed several of the contributors about their stories, their influences, and why they wrote what they did…. mine’s here, if you’re interested.
Mindy Klasky brought me into this blog tour with a few rather pointed – and makes-me-think – questions. Â Like me, she started in fantasy and branched out – most recently with the Diamond BridesÂ series. Â Check her out! 1) What am I working on? Two projects, currently. Â As L.A. Kornetsky, I’m writing the fourth Gin …
1. I am interviewed over at Book View Cafe 2. The truth is, sometimes you think you know your theme, you think you know the driving motif, the point youâ€™re trying to make, and then you get to the end and itâ€™s all â€œholy shit I made that. What the hell is that?â€Â Because the best …
I am interviewed by the fine folk at Skiffy and Fanty, about writing, history, and yes, flesh-eating gnomes. Itâ€™s a long-ish interview, but a pretty good one, methinks (and I rarely like any interview I do, so take that as a rave).
I’m back from an utterly fabulous Â DragonCon (although Atlanta tried to keep me longer, via weather and mechanical delays), and submitting myself to the Wendig Inquisition over at Terrible Minds…. I love Laura Anne Gilman not merely because she is an excellent writer but because she also delivers unto writers excellent writing advice â€” …
It’s always odd to see the transcript of a video interview…. I really AM that random. But for your amusement and eddification (and possibly your delectation):Â Cooking the Books, with Yrs Trly.
Summer is Road Trip season, so the folks at SF Signal asked us about our favorite SF/Fnal road trip… (as usual, I seem to wander down a slightly different path than the others…)
The “Dog Talk” interview I did a while back is online now!Â In which I do a quick reading, talk about the household animals, learning Seattle to write about it, and what’s coming up next…. (go to the 46: mark – the previous guest ran long, so we were squished for time)