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Writer Interview: Love, Research, and One Romance Writer's Journey (E. E. Ottoman)

This is the first in a series of interviews with writers in SF/F and related genres. I’m still finding my way as an interviewer, but just as in my Love in the Time of Starships reviews, I bring my full experience as reader, writer, and fan. 1,939 more words

Writer Interviews

Preview of Coming Attractions: Writer Interviews! and a shout-out to writing community

As I’ve become more active on Twitter, I’ve made the digital acquaintance of some pretty amazing colleagues in the SF/F writing community.

Coming soon will be interviews with: 195 more words

Artist/Poet Interview-Katherine Case

My biggest breakthrough came through when–

In 2011 I lived in the Bay Area and had been working as the Studio Manager at the SF Center for the Book for about ten years. 795 more words

Charting A Path

Writer Tech: Playing Dragon Age Helped Me Level Up As a Novelist (interview with Devin Harnois)

In this installment of Writer Tech, we interview Devin Harnois about his experience with playing games in the Dragon Age franchise. As anyone following the SF/F/R (science fiction/fantasy/romance) axis on Twitter knows, these games have taken a big bite out of productivity for a lot of pro writers, especially since the release of… 2,842 more words

Calling All Writers!


I’m sorry to those who did not have the chance to be featured.  274 more words


Writer Tech: Interview with Becca Patterson about Writing through Hard Times (141K in November)

Welcome to 2015! In honor of the New Year, I’m kicking off a series of posts about Writer Tech, both technique and technology. 

Since technique (how we use the tools) is more important than technology (the tools) this first post is an interview with my friend and colleague Becca Patterson aka mreauow (on National Novel Writing Month and Twitter). 3,267 more words


Writer Interview Mignon Fogarty

 Tell me about your latest book.

My most recent book came out in 2012: 101 Troublesome Words You’ll Master in No Time. It’s the fourth and last book in my 101 Words series, and I saved all the hard words for last. 637 more words

Charting A Path