Last week I had a chat with the lovely Mahvesh Murad of Midnight in Karachi, who’s an excellent interviewer!
You can list to this Tor.com podcast here. Witches! Stevie Nicks! Kate Bush! Fairy tales! Genre ghetto!
Today, Cat Sparks talks “The Seventh Relic” for the Focus 2014 interviews.
What was the inspiration for your story, The Seventh Relic?
I was researching the history of Buddhism as background for another story when the idea for this one
Today our cover artist, Kathleen Jennings, weighs in on Focus 2014.
What was the inspiration for the cover art for Focus 2014?
Cranky Ladies! This was one of the early sketches for Cranky Ladies of History (Fablecroft). We hadn’t
So, today is the actual book day for Of Sorrow and Such in the US. I celebrated early, then while I was sleeping the book was born! Easiest. Birth. Ever.
Over at Tor.com I talk about the building of the world in the
Our fearless editor, Tehani Wessely talks about Fablecroft and what on earth possessed her to start the Focus series.
What was the inspiration for the Focus volumes?
The inspiration lies squarely at the feet of Deborah Biancotti. Several of
So, on 4 November Lisa L. Hannett and I will be doing readings at the Kill Bar in NYC – inside the Times Scare Haunted House Attraction in Times Square New York (SQUEEEE!). Just like real writers!
It’s part of the Night Time Logic series and the details are here –
The lovely Melissa Ann Singer talks about the women in Of Sorrow and Such here.
I often complain about how rare it is to have a book, TV show, or film be driven by relationships between women. Stories seem to me
Got my WFC schedule all sorted! The whole thing is here.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5 @ 4.00pm in CC2B
Monsters as Devourers
Our cherished monsters, be they vampire, werewolf, or zombie, are driven by an insatiable appetite to devour what they once
So, Of Sorrow and Such launches on 13 October … due to the vagaries of time travel, it’s already 13 October in Oz … but not in the US … so still a few hours to go!
But you can read
Portrait of Author Charlotte Nash
Today, the multi-talented Charlotte Nash (brain the size of a planet) talks about her tale in Focus 2014.
What was the inspiration for your story “The Ghost of Hephaestus”?