hile at Worldcon, I was part of a group interview of authors, artists, editors, and publishers who worked on the Beyond the Sun anthology. My story, “Flipping the Switch” appears in that anthology. A bunch of us got together to talk to Patrick Hester about the book, our art and our stories. If you like that […]
ssue 31 of Orson Scott Card’s InterGalactic Medicine Show is now out. Among the great set of stories contained in the issue are not one but two stories by Ken Liu, “Always Here” and “The Postman.” Also in the issue is the interview that I did with Ken. The interview was a lot of fun to do […]
While at the Nebula Weekend, I finally had a chance to meet fellow-Codexian, and Hugo- and Nebula-nominated writer, Nancy Fulda, in person. We sat down to chat about her award-nominated story, “Movement” and other things. You can find the interview over at SF Signal.
In the week leading up to the Nebula Weekend, I had the opportunity to interview Brad R. Torgersen, whose story “Ray of Light” is a Hugo and Nebula nominee. It was a lot of fun and we talked a lot of shop. You can head over to SF Signal to read the interview.
I was recently interviewed by the good folks at 40K Books. You can head over there to check out the interview. I talk about the future of books, about the origins and themes in my two stories with 40K Books, about science fiction and writing. It was fun to do.
Last night I participated in my first Twitter chat, talking with Bryan Thomas Schmidt and others about writing, science fiction, and the Golden Age as part of the #sffwrtcht. It was a lot of fun and a lot of typing to keep up! Bryan has posted a transcript of last night’s chat for anyone interested […]
Since I mentioned Piers Anthony in a recent post, I thought I should point out that The Power Base has an interview with Piers Anthony over on their site. If you are a fan or just interested in his work, go check it out.
I’ve written before about books from my childhood that made some kind of impact on me. One of those books is Edward Ormondroyd’s David and the Phoenix. This book may very well be the first fantasy novel I ever read. I don’t exactly recall where I got it, or why I was attracted to it. Possibly […]
I had the pleasure of interviewing Barry N. Malzberg1 for SF Signal last week. We talked about the science fiction of the 1950s and his involvement with The Galaxy Project, an effort to bring back some of those classic novelettes and novellas that appeared in Galaxy during that decade. Head on over there to check it out. This […]
Last week I posted some comments about the interview with George R. R. Martin at Google. That interview is finally available online. I’ve included it below. Enjoy!
I’ve heard rumors that from time-to-time, science fiction writers are interviewed on various venues. It has not yet happened to me (there is no reason that it should have, I suppose), but a few months ago, in my day-job, I had an interesting twist on the science fiction writer/interview phenomenon. I was tasked with screening […]
The Science Fiction Oral History Association has started a series of podcasts called their Space Dog Podcast and the first of which is an interview from 1976 with Arthur C. Clarke, followed by an extraordinary panel interview with Isaac Asimov, Frederik Pohl, Lester del Rey and Gordon R. Dickson. I’ve heard individual interviews with Isaac […]