Monday, June 11, 2007

Blog in Exile: Interviews for 6/11

The San Antonio Business Journal profiles local YA fantasy writer Rick Riordan, author of the betselling "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" series.

The Agony Column interviews John Scalzi, author of The Last Colony and current John W. Campbell New-Writer Not-a-Hugo Tiara Wielder.

Fantasy Book Critic interviews Stephen Hunt, author of The Court of the Air and proprietor of SFCrowsnest.

Fantasy Book Critic also interviews Tim Lebbon and Christopher Golden, horror writers with widely divergent approaches to cranial hair.

Pat's Fantasy Hotlist interviews David Bilsborough, author of the first novel The Wanderer's Tale.

The Bridlington Free Press talks to Steven Erikson, author of the "Malazan Book of the Fallen" epic fantasy series. [via Pat's Fantasy Hotlist]

Scalpel Magazine interviews the mysterious and reclusive author known as John Twelve Hawks, author of The Traveler.

Scalpel also interviews Matt Bielby, the mind behind the new UK media magazine Death Ray.

Recent SciFi Wire interviews:
The Guardian interviews Iain M. Banks, author of the upcoming SF novel Matter. [link trail: Torque Control -> SF Signal -> me]

Via the same path, here's an interview of Brian W. Aldiss (author of the new novel HARM) by Paul Witcover.

Yatterings interviews Alastair Reynolds. [via SF Signal]

Steampunk's second issue is available for purchase or download.

Locus has posted their May issue's discussion of horror among Peter Straub, Gary K. Wolfe, and John Clute.

Locus has posted excerpts from their interview with Joe R. Lansdale.

The UK SF Book News Network talked to Martin Millar about his new, self-published novel, Lonely Werewolf Girl.

The UK SF Book News Network also talked to David Gunn about his debut novel, Death's Head (whose UK cover I like a lot better than the US one, I have to say).

Phantastik-couch interviews Ken MacLeod about his new novel The Execution Channel.

Small World podcast-interviews Ian McDonald, author of Brasyl. [via Locus Online]

ActuSF interviews Paul McAuley. [more props to Locus]

SF Revu interviews multiple Hugo-winning artist Bob Eggleton.

SF Revu also interviews The Magazine of F&SF publisher and editor Gordon Van Gelder.

The New York Times has an opinion piece about Philip K. Dick by Brent Staples.

Neil Gaiman writes about H.G. Wells (in a piece adapted from a book introduction) in The Times (of London).

Wired interviews David Brin. [via SF Signal]

Jeff VanderMeer of the Amazon Blog talks to Ellen Klages about her experiences on tour for her first collection Portable Childhoods.

Quill & Quire, the Canadian bookselling magazine, cover-features and profiles Robert J. Sawyer. [via Sawyer]

The (Australian) ABC interviews Sean Williams. [via Talking Squid]

Of Blog of the Fallen posts the first half of an interview with Patrick Rothfuss, author of The Name of the Wind. (Second half to follow soon.)

Aidan Moher also interviews Rothfuss in two parts, but both are now available: part one, part two.

Sci-Fi Talk podcast-interviews Gail Z. Martin, author of The Summoner.


Flip Dixon said...

God bless you for all these great links! You are the Sarah Weinman of Science Fiction/Fantasy.

Anonymous said...

Andy, is there an RSS feed for this blog? Thanks for keeping up the news!

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