Interview of Sarah Joy Green-Hart

1) How long do you have to write for each session before you get “in the groove?” I’m sure that I get "in the groove" at some point, but it'd be impossible to tell you how long it takes. Some times I jump in for 5 minutes (I get what I can when homeschooling and... Continue Reading →

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Interview of Brian Lee Meyer

When was that moment when you realized that language had power? It’s hard to pinpoint a single moment when I realized the power of language. I think it’s a gradual realization that came in stages. As a child, we realize that how we say things matters, and that it directly affects whether we get what... Continue Reading →

Interview of Sylvain St-Pierre

When was that moment when you realized that language had power? I learned about the power of words fairly early in my life. My parents never swore, unless they were angry. Trust me, when my dad swore absolutely everyone sat up. Then, it was learning to read, and finding out most of the best books... Continue Reading →

Interview of Jim Doran

Where does your inspiration come from? Where do inspirations come from? Mostly books and movies. My favorite thing to do is dream up some impossible scenario or task for my characters and stick them in the scene to see what they do. When was that moment when you realized that language had power? The moment... Continue Reading →

Interview with Roppotucha Greenberg

Intrigued by the premise of her short story 'Clones' - Clones is about a man who keeps leaving clones of himself everywhere he goes. This troubles his partner - we asked if Roppotucha would like an interview. 1. How long do you have to write for each session before you get “in the groove?” I... Continue Reading →

Interview of Lawrence M. Schoen

Lawrence M. Schoen holds a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology, has been nominated for the Campbell, a Hugo, five Nebulas, and won the Cóyotl award for best novel of 2015. He’s a world authority on the Klingon language, operates the small press Paper Golem, is a hypnotherapist specializing in authors’ issues, and writes science fiction and... Continue Reading →

Interview of Timothy Lawver

Hawk and Young met Tim on the same website where they met each other. He was a role model both in writing as well as in courtesy. His efforts spurred the writing community forward to unite under a banner of family. We are honored to host his author interview and promote his books. 1.  How... Continue Reading →

Interview of Elina Vale

  We interviewed Elina Vale, the author of two fiction books, one a novel and one a novella set in her Legends of Shadear world. Both are stories about avoiding slavery in a world with magic users. One must complete trials to win her freedom, and must accept and join in with his enemies in... Continue Reading →

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