I met Tobias Buckell through the Codex Writers Group a number of years ago. He is a full time writer and an e-book creator. His blog has thoughtful commentary on a variety of topics.
This is the second time I have interviewed Tobias, the first being … Continue reading
Short answer: nothing.
Long answer: I decided to suspend the interviews during my novel release activities. It’s only fair that my website activity revolve around my work during a release.
Wednesday Writer interviews will return in two weeks. In the mean time, have another look at my interview with Continue reading
I met Nancy Fulda through Codex Writers Group, and I’ve known her in the virtual sense since 2006. Nancy is an American expat living in Germany.
I know Patty Jansen only from Codex writers Group, although we did share a table of contents in M-Brane SF for the July 2010 issue. She is an Australian science fiction writer.
I met Jason S. Ridler online through the Codex Writers Group. His story Showing Light appeared in 2020 Visions, an anthology I edited.
Yes, I skipped last week, and yes today is Thursday. I blacked out yesterday for the SOPA protest.
Today, I interview Jack Mangan. I’ve known Jack for several years. We live in the same town, we have sat on panels together at the local con, and once we even … Continue reading
I intend to participate in the SOPA protest blackout tomorrow. The Writer Wednesday interview will post thursday.
I originally met Brian Dolton in the writer’s workshop area of Orson Scott Card’s website under the name tchernabyelo. Brian is originally from the U.K. and now lives in New Mexico.
For somebody unfamiliar … Continue reading
I originally heard of Kristine Ong Muslim when we shared a table of contents. I no longer recall the publication, but it may have been one of the Sam’s Dot titles. She is as much a poet as she is a fiction writer.
Beth Cato lives in the same metropolitan area as I do, though on the far opposite end. As it turns out, we have never met in person. I met her through Codex Writers Group.
For somebody unfamiliar with the … Continue reading