Monthly Archives: May 2010

THE FANTASY AUTHOR’S HANDBOOK INTERVIEWS II: JOHN BETANCOURT

As part of the process of writing The Guide to Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction, I interviewed a few key players in the SF/fantasy community. Their wisdom and generosity is liberally sprinkled throughout the book, but I couldn’t use every … Continue reading

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FOLLOWING UP

Let’s take a moment this week to follow up on three previous posts. I know you’re all dying to track my progress on these subjects, but at least in a few cases, I have to admit I’m not terribly anxious … Continue reading

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QUOTES IN THE SCRIPTORIUM

Having happened upon it at random in a bookshop, drawn to its brilliant but apparently uncredited cover design, I’ve started reading Travels in the Scriptorium by Paul Auster (©2006 by Paul Auster, Picador paperback edition, 2007). It’s a slim little … Continue reading

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THE FANTASY AUTHOR’S HANDBOOK INTERVIEWS I: MIKE RESNICK

As part of the process of writing The Guide to Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction, I interviewed a few key players in the SF/fantasy community. Their wisdom and generosity is liberally sprinkled throughout the book, but I couldn’t use every … Continue reading

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