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interviews with and/or by BVC authors

Author interview: Dr. Jeana Jorgensen, author of Sex Education 101

Dr. Jeana Jorgensen recently released three hefty, extremely useful nonfiction books: Folklore 101: An Accessible Introduction to Folklore Studies (Folklore Made Simple) and Fairy Tales 101: An Accessible Introduction to Fairy Tales (Folklore Made Simple) and Sex Education 101: Approachable Essays on Folklore, Culture, & History (Folklore Made Simple) Today I asked her some questions

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Art Imitates Life 2: What Faith Brings to the Table

During interviews I’ve given—both live and digital—interviewers sometimes expressed  interest in how I treated issues of faith in my work, up to and including the Star Wars novels I wrote with the late, truly great Michael Reaves (Patterns of Force, Shadow Games and The Last Jedi.) I’m a Bahá’í, by faith, so my worldview informs

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Art Imitates Life 1: Science Fiction, Fantasy & Faith

After I’d written several Star Wars novels and a short story with the late, wonderful Michael Reaves, I was asked to give a number of interviews. These included radio shows and online interviews on the official Star Wars site and fan sites, as well. Several of the interviewers were interested in the way I treated

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Author Interview: Chaz Brenchley Part 2

  AUTHOR INTERVIEW: CHAZ BRENCHLEY, Part 2 Interviewed by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel Part 1 of this interview appeared here at the Book View Cafe last week, October 13 2023 His writing is lush and evocative, but there’s something primal about the work of Chaz Brenchley. Whether he’s himself, Daniel Fox, Ben Macallan, or any of

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Author Interview: Chaz Brenchley, part 1

  Author Interview: Chaz Brenchley Interviewed by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel His writing is lush and evocative, but there’s something primal about the work of Chaz Brenchley. Whether he’s himself, Daniel Fox, Ben Macallan, or any of several other possible people, Chaz writes about obsession and transformation, families and friendships, identity and alienation. His characters start

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AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Brenda Clough

AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Brenda Clough       Writer Brenda W. Clough has stitched together an exotic quilt of a career and a life. She’s written classic fantasy, fantasy humor, fantasy for children, science fiction, steampunk, and even contemporary mystery. Her most recent novels are eleven volumes of historical fiction set in Victorian England featuring Miss

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Author Interview: Gregory Frost

Gregory Frost Interviewed by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel And Phyllis Irene Radford Greg Frost has honored Book View Cafe with some of his epic historical fantasy, mostly set in Bronze Age Ireland. Now he brings us “The Girlfriends of Dorian Grey” https://bookviewcafe.com/book/the-girlfriends-of-dorian-gray-and-other-stories/ a collection of short stories that explores his fertile imagination in many different directions.

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Author Interview: Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff

  Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff Interviewed by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel Welcome to the multi-tasking world of author and artist Maya Bohnhoff. Whether writing, composing, painting or any other corner of creative life, Maya has laid claim to a section of more than one artistic community. Q.) Looking on your website, it seems that your musical work

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