Jack McDevitt is an extremely personable man whom I met for the first time at LepreCon 39 in may of 2013. We chatted a number of times over the course of the convention and we got along really well. Our sense of story also seems to be … Continue reading
Writing at Entropy Central
If you are a writer with offspring living in the house, You know very well that the chaos that erupts from “special events” can completely derail writing time.
The real problem is that “special events” happen all the time. Over the past several months, the “special … Continue reading
I have several Wednesday writer interviews lined up. Unfortunately, I have been swamped with work on the business side and have not put the questions together yet. I’ll hopefully get that done by the end of this week so interviews can start appearing again next week.
I met Joe Haldeman in 2012 at LepreCon. I found Joe and his wife Gay to be charming people. Joe was kind enough to agree to be interviewed.
For somebody unfamiliar with the work of Joe Haldeman, how would you describe your fiction and which story or … Continue reading
Today, I have the pleasure of sharing with you an interview with Jay Lake. This is my first interview with somebody I have not either met in person or interacted with regularly online, although we do have a lot of common friends. Jay was kind enough to … Continue reading
Today, we’re chatting with a writer who has burst onto the main stage of speculative fiction over the past few years, Mary Robinette Kowal.
I met Mary online in the writers workshop at Orson Scott Card’s website, Hatrack River. About a year later, we met at Card’s Literary … Continue reading
Today we’re chatting with Lon Prater. He is a retired naval officer, and I’ve known Lon virtually through Codex since 2005.
Today we’re chatting with Michael A. Stackpole, a versatile writer who happens to be local, so we run into each other from time to time.
Today, we’re chatting with Luc Reid, a writer, public speaker, and musician. Luc is the founder of the large online writer’s group Codex.
Christopher Fletcher is best known for starting the online science fiction magazine M-Brane SF. He was editor of M-Brane through its entire run, and also writes a bit. Christopher and I crossed paths when he published my story Road Rage in M-Brane SF #1. He bought several more stories … Continue reading