Youmans (pronounced like 'yeoman' with an 's' added) is the best-kept secret among contemporary American writers. --John Wilson, editor, Books and Culture

Thursday, May 06, 2010

"The Beastly Bride" interview


Charles Tan is interviewing every writer with a story in Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling's The Beastly Bride anthology. Some are already up at sfsignal.com, and today is mine: here.
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Comments are off because there's a place for comments below the article.
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If you want more, slide down to the next post and then over to the new Clarkesworld interview.

Saturday, May 01, 2010

Interview at "Clarkesworld"

Image: I picked this image from the Clarkesworld covers because it's a sort of foliate head, and I have a mania for foliate heads and even a book coming out called The Foliate Head. The artist is Adam Chowles of the U.K.

If you pop over to the current issue of Clarkesworld, you can find a rather long interview with me. The interviewer is Jeremy L. C. Jones, who I will be meeting when I mosey down to Spartanburg for Shared Worlds. An odd thing is that his grandparents lived in the house across the street from me, and his father grew up one door down from that house. His grandfather was a famous figure here in Cooperstown. Meanwhile, I was born in South Carolina. It strikes me that Jer ought to live where I live, and I ought to live where he lives. But life is strange, and so is Clarkesworld.

Here's the jump.

Comments are turned off because I'm sure Jer and Clarkesworld deserve them more than I do! You'll find a place to log comments at the bottom of the interview. Thanks, Mr. Jones . . .