I Interview Jennifer Pelland For The SFWA Blog. And She’s Awesome.

Jen Pelland is the kind of chick I would be if I were a little cooler.  She and I were in the first issue of Shock Totem together, and it was an absolute pleasure to interview her for the SFWA blog!  You really ought to check out her Nebula nominated story Ghosts of New York.  It was equal parts creepy, … Read More

Gardner Goldsmith Interviews Me on the Liberty Conspiracy

I met this darling man at KillerCon last year, but we didn’t have a chance to really talk until this year’s KillerCon, and he quickly became a highlight.  If you haven’t had the chance to meet the intelligent and wildly entertainingly Gardner Goldsmith, you’re missing out.  He’s genuinely one of the good guys, and he’s a real pleasure to talk to.  … Read More

Wanna See My Writing Space?

The lovely Regan Leigh is running a special feature about yours truly on her blog.  Regan is gracious, talented, and extremely friendly.  I’ve spent a lot of late night writing sessions with this girlie.  She’s an absolute gem. You can see the feature here.  And what is that we see within easy reach while I’m writing?  Yep.  I thought so.  … Read More

An Interview And A Butcher Knife

The lovely Sam van Zweden was gracious enough to interview me on her blog.  Why don’t you stop by and support her?  And see a picture of me holding a berry pie and a butcher knife?  WHY DON’T YOU JUST DO THAT?  😉 And while you’re at it, don’t forget to enter my very random giveaway! I want to make … Read More

Shock Totem Interview at Ramblings of a Tattooed Head

So Simon Marshall Jones is hosting an interview with the Shock Totem staff at his site Ramblings of a Tattooed Head.  He said, “Why do you write?” and then basically let us interview ourselves, which was a big mistake.  After a zillion rather creative deviations and a moment or two spent in red-light territory, I finally asked the boys to … Read More

Deer In The Headlights: An Interview

Once upon a time there was a nice British bloke named Steven Pirie.  We were in an anthology together that butchered our names mercilessly: I was something like Merbcebes and he was Seven.  Thus a friendship was born.  He’ll be Seven to me for the rest of our lives. Anyway, Seven interviewed me on his blog. It was my very first … Read More