An Unlikely Interview with E. Saxey

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

The Librarian’s Dilemma deals with that tricky question of whether some information should be restricted ‘for our own good’, or whether all information should be free. You explore a similar theme in your story Melioration, which looks at free speech versus hate speech and…

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An Unlikely Interview with Sean Robinson

Monday, October 19, 2015

Minotaur: An Analysis of the Species takes minotaurs beyond Greek mythology, and posits them as essential to every culture. Are monsters and stories about monsters an essential part of humanity? What do a culture’s monsters tell us about that culture, what they value and…

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An Unlikely Interview with Nicolette Barischoff

Monday, October 12, 2015

In Follow Me Down, your characters’ field of study is preternatural obstetrics. You’re tackling ideas that don’t necessarily get a lot of play in fiction, particularly the idea of childbirth as a formal academic subject. Childbirth, and specifically women helping other women give birth, is often depicted…

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An Unlikely Mini Interview with Carlie St. George

Monday, May 11, 2015

Do you find clowns to be a) creepy b) downright terrifying c) mildly amusing d) laugh out loud funny e) some combination of the above or f) none of the above (please supply your own alternate adjective/description)? E. I think clowns are kind of…

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An Unlikely Mini Interview with Caroline M. Yoachim

Monday, May 4, 2015

Do you find clowns to be a) creepy b) downright terrifying c) mildly amusing d) laugh out loud funny e) some combination of the above or f) none of the above (please supply your own alternate adjective/description)? It really depends on the clown and…

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