Posts Tagged "maggie slater"

Interview with Gene O’Neill

by on Jan 7, 2014 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Gene O’Neill is a writer who knows a thing or two about life. He was a US Marine, a boxer, and played college basketball. He’s held a variety of day jobs, and only began seriously pursuing writing in his forties. With more than one hundred works of fiction published since then, ranging...

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Interview with Incoming Editor-in-Chief Sigrid Ellis

by on Jan 7, 2014 in Nonfiction | 1 comment

Sigrid Ellis is a woman of many talents. She is not only an editor with some impressive credits to her name (she co–edited the Hugo–nominated Chicks Dig Comics with Lynne M. Thomas, and co–edited Queers Dig Time Lords with Michael Damian Thomas, and the comic Pretty Deadly), but also an...

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Interview with Maria Dahvana Headley

by on Dec 3, 2013 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Maria Dahvana Headley is not your average writer. She wears ball gowns and tiaras while writing on occasion. In New York, she once dated everyone who asked her out for a whole year just to see what would happen. She’s been on the Today Show. She’s a monster mythology maven. Did I mention...

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Interview with Jim C. Hines

by on Nov 5, 2013 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Jim C. Hines does not typically write about your average strapping country–boy–turned–hero or dashing princes on yet another epic quest. He much prefers the underdog hero (such as Jig, a goblin), and thank–you–very–much–but–I’ll–save–myself princesses, and his books are all the more...

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Interview with Hal Duncan

by on Sep 3, 2013 in Interviews, Nonfiction | 0 comments

(Editor’s Note: Click here to read “The Boy Who Loved Death” by Hal Duncan) This interview is exhaustive and amazing, so I won’t mince words here: Hal Duncan is the author of The Book of All Hours duology, Vellum and Ink. Vellum won the Gaylactic Spectrum Award in 2010,...

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