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Category Archives: Interviews with Loren
The full list of interviews, updated
Here’s the list of all the interviews I’ve done as of January 2021: Naching T. Kassa interviewed me and Emerian Rich about our Spooky Writer’s Planner for Horror Addicts on December 29, 2020. Pete W. Sutton gave me a Discoverability … Continue reading
I was just interviewed by Fiona Mcvie for her long-running series of chats with authors via Here is my interview with Loren Rhoads. I talk about the Alondra chapbooks.
2017 Press and Radio
My chief lesson in 2017, when it came to work, was what exactly a big publishing house could do for me. 199 Cemeteries is my 11th book. I’ve worked with independent presses big and small, as well as running my … Continue reading
Son of Never Enough 2016
Interviews: Carl Slaughter interviewed me about grimdark, violence in space opera, Mary Sues and kick-ass heroines for SFSignal February 29, 2016. Eric from Deviant Worlds interviewed me about space operas and succubi: http://deviantworlds.blogspot.com/2016/04/interview-loren-rhoads.html April 16, 2016. In May, Margaret L. Carter interviewed me at … Continue reading