Author Interview: James Hetley

James Hetley is a renaissance man, which is often the case with writers. He’s been an architect specializing in renovation and adaptive reuse of old buildings. Of course, he lives in a magnificent horror of a house from the 1850s, with an electrical system from Edison’s time and a furnace installed when Roosevelt was president.

Teddy Roosevelt.

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WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday. This meme is from shouldbereading.   To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…     • What are you currently reading? A Natural History of Dragons by our own Marie Brennan. At first I shied … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Laura Anne Gilman

Laura Anne Gilman. Writer. Editor. Tired Person.

This has been Laura Anne Gilman’s tag line forever, and with good reason. She does enough work for three people—she’s worked for major New York publishing houses and start-ups, including running the successful ROC Line; she has a flourishing editing business, and writes under both her own name (fantasy, SF, urban fantasy, YA) and L.A. Kornesky (mysteries).

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Writing a hinky sports novel

Writing a hinky sports novel is a bit like Will Farrell making another ESPN-based movie. Nobody expects it to make much sense, but you know you’ll get a couple of laughs, see some boobies, watch some guys do stupid things in their undershorts, maybe experience an unexpectedly touching moment.

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