When it rains it pours, and this seems to be the season for lots of interviews, in this case spanning my novels RHYMER and RHYMER: HOODE (due out next summer), as well as short fiction, teaching, and (to borrow from Frank Zappa) green things in general. -gf
On this Oddcast, Nebula- and Campbell-award-winning author Sam J. Miller, whose extraordinary novels— The Blade Between, Blackfish City, and The Art of Starving—have been called “must reads” and “bests of the year” by USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, and NPR. He talks with us about gentrification horror, social activism, whaling, floating cities, and more.
Author Jon McGoran interviews me in conjunction with my story “Ellende” in the latest issue of Weird Tales (“The Magazine that Never Dies”), in a discussion about the history of the ‘zine, my relationship to it, and why I decided to set a Lovecraftian tale in the wilds of northern Minnesota.