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Tag Archives: fantasy
Heidi Hanley is another of my sisters in Broad Universe, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting, encouraging, honoring, and celebrating women writers and editors in science fiction, fantasy, horror and other speculative genres. For Heidi, reading and writing are like … Continue reading →
I met John Linwood Grant through his work as editor at Occult Detective Quarterly magazine. (I was lucky enough to sell him an Alondra story for issue #5.) I learned more about his own writing when I interviewed Alan M. … Continue reading →
Last month at the Nebula Conference, I had the honor of filling an hour of Fran Wilde’s time with questions about everything from how to celebrate successes in a writing career (her rewards sometimes involve socks) to the minutiae of … Continue reading →
Martha Allard is my oldest friend. We wrote together in high school. We’ve written a couple of space opera short stories together, which you can find on Wattpad. I interviewed her here last year about her novel Black Light, which … Continue reading →
I met Tina LeCount Myers at a convention — I’m not sure if it was a FogCon last year, at WorldCon in San Jose, or if it was even farther back than that. I was fascinated by her work, but … Continue reading →