Category: Interviews

  • Nebula Awards Interview

    Last year I was a nominee in the category of Best Novel for the Nebula Awards.  An interview was conducted then, and has just recently been posted on the Nebula Awards site.  Please go over and give it a read.  I can’t even remember what I said now, though! A photo of me singing karaoke…

  • SF Signal Interview

    Completely forgot to post this link to an interview Charles Tan did with Delia Sherman and I about Interfictions 2, our editorial process, plans for subsequent volumes in the series, and a wide range of related topics about the international writing community, the internet and its effects on art making, and much more.  Check it…

  • Gettin’ Interstitial with the BBC

    As mentioned in a previous post, I did an interview with the lovely Jamillah Knowles of the BBC this past Sunday about the second volume of Interfictions, which I co-edited with Delia Sherman, and now it’s available as a podcast.   Here’s a link to it, but, just so you know, it’s a conglomeration of subjects…

  • 26 to 50

    While I was in Pittsburgh, I received news from Japanese translator Yoshio Kobayashi, alerting me to a new website (in both English and Japanese), called 26 to 50. The site will host fiction, reviews, interviews, discussion, news, etc. about the field of fantastic literature.  Right now the site has short interviews with Lucius Shepard, Tim…

  • Wherefore art thou, Juliet

    Today we bring you an awesome interview with the editor of my first two books, Juliet Ulman.  Okay, so “we” don’t bring it to you, Jeff Vandermeer does, over at Amazon.com’s blog, Omnivoracious.  Here’s a connecting pass to it.  And if you like reading Juliet’s really smart and insightful perspective on editing, publishing, and the…

  • Q&A

    I’ve been spending the past week doing Q&A at the Endicott Mythic Reader’s Group on Goodreads, and there have been some really thoughtful questions.  One came in today, to which I just responded.  And I’ve decided to post the question and my response here, too. Q: Ghosts and eldritch kids in and of themselves aren’t…

  • Goodreads/Endicott Q&A

    If you’re a member of Goodreads (which is a truly awesome social networking service for book lovers), and also a member of the group (on Goodreads) called Endicott Mythic Fiction (an incarnation of the community grown by the amazing Terri Windling and many other amazing writers, artists, musicians, etc, at the Endicott Studio and the…

  • At Bookslut

    Geoffrey Goodwin has been interviewing me off and on since last August, 2007, until the end of November 2008.  Questions would come to me via e-mail every now and then, and I would answer him, and then a month or two later, another would appear.  It was the most interesting way to do an interview…

  • The Big Read

    A great interview with Dana Goia about Ursula LeGuin (as well as Ray Bradbury, and other spec fic related matters) at the Clarion blog.  He’s smart about the hierarchical distinctions made between the literature of romance (no, not Danielle Steel type romance) and social and psychological realism within the academic community.  Like him, I see…

  • Locus Interview

    The good folks at Locus Magazine are offering a deal for the latest issue, which features an interview with yours truly talking about everything from my first novel to my second novel, from Youngstown to Japan.  Order the issue with the full interview in Locus postage free (a savings of $3.00) or completely free with…