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 novel do you… Continue reading
I am scheduled to be interviewed during this week’s Dungeon Crawlers Radio podcast. If you miss it, they archive the shows on the right side of the screen.
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. For somebody unfamiliar with the work of Patty Jansen, how would you describe your fiction and which story… Continue reading
Yes, I skipped last week, and yes today is Thursday.Â I blacked out yesterday for the SOPA protest. Today, I interview Jack Mangan.Â I’ve known Jack for several years.Â We live in the same town, we have sat on panels together at the local con, and once we even managed… Continue reading
I originally heard of Kristine Ong Muslim when we shared a table of contents.Â I no longer recall the publication, but it may have been one of the Sam’s Dot titles.Â Â Â She is as much a poet as she is a fiction writer. For somebody unfamiliar with the… Continue reading
This week, I interview reclusive British author Ian Creasey. I’ve known Ian through the Codex Writer Group for a number of years. We have critiqued each others’ stories a number of times, and I’ve always been impressed with his measured and calculated approach. For somebody unfamiliar with the work of… Continue reading
I have decided to do a weekly interview with various writers for several reasons. One, I find that writers are interesting people, two, I can learn from them, and three, I often ask things that other people don’t. Matt Forbeck is a guy I recently met through Twitter because of… Continue reading