Category: Interviews


Posted on by Steven Savage

Edward Morris is a man seeped in literature from a young age, who’s also lived quite a life. He’s been nominated for the Pushcart Prize in 2011, the Rhysling Award in 2009, and the BSFA in 2005. From short stories to full novels, he’s done it all – and pretty much lived it all as well.

Let’s dive into this man’s life and find out what he can teach us – which is a lot. (more…)

Posted on by Steven Savage

(Originally posted at MuseHack.)

I met Alex Beecroft in doing research on writers and geek civics. Now we’ve probably seen all sorts of writing, but Alex puts herself in the middle of many genres – she does gay, historical, fantasy, romance, and mystery. She explores the edges, because thats where the stories often really are. (more…)

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(Originally posted at Muse Hack – sharing this one with people here!)

I had the immense pleasure of meeting Jay Hartlove at Con-Volution when we sat next to each other on the Worldbuilding And Religion Panel.  I was thrilled when Lillian Csernica re-introduced me so I can interview him – because this is a man that pushes himself.  Let’s meet Jay! (more…)

Posted on by Steven Savage

(This interview also appeared at Muse Hack – and I think I’m going to resyndicate my interviews with creatives here because the Sanctumites could learn a lot too.  In this case ElizaBeth Gilligan gives us a huge lesson in authorship!)

I met ElizaBeth Gilligan at ConVolution. She’s got a series called “Gypsy Silk” published through DAW, with a third book coming. She’s also a writer of short stories, a journalist, and more.  So it’s time for us to get her secrets (and she managed to raise kids to boot). (more…)

Posted on by Scott Delahunt

Carleton University’s radio station, CKCU, will have a half-hour dedicated to discussing fanfiction tomorrow, Thursday, January 16, starting at 6:30pm Eastern Time.  Kate Hunt, the host of Literary Landscape, will interview Mary Pletsch and me during the half hour.  CKCU has a live stream if you prefer to listen over the Internet.

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