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…)
(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…)
(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…)
(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…)
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.