Posts Tagged ‘interview’

Just before Christmas I came to a tentative deal for two books with the fantastic folks at DAW books. Seeing as the wheels of publishing turn slowly, it took a tiny bit of time to get all the details nailed down. Since then poor Marshall has been sitting on the knowledge he had finally gotten […]

Silent Dragon Is Available!

Posted: 9th February 2013 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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For those of you who somehow forgot to preorder, and missed Irene Radford’s blog post, and didn’t get to a book store, Silent Dragon came out this week. This video is a lovely interview DAW put together with the author. The book is available in paperback, and multiple ebook formats.

The Real: Michael Carroll

Posted: 5th December 2011 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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Cthulhu always told me:

… “You can’t hurry love. No, you just have to wait. Love don’t come easy—” Wait, that wasn’t Cthulhu, that was Mama. Or Phil Collins. I can never remember which is which.

The Real: Laura Resnick

Posted: 31st October 2011 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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Laura Resnick, smart lady, fun to talk to and a writer you’ll enjoy. Where: * Where are you from? I was born in Chicago, spent my adolescence and much of my adult life in Cincinnati, and have also lived in New York City, Washington, D.C., London, Palermo, and Jerusalem. * Where do you do your […]

The Real: Laura Anne Gilman

Posted: 24th October 2011 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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The Real returns with Laura Anne Gilman, cat slave, food connoisseur, wine snob, author, editor and rumor has it she’s heiress to the font of snark for the greater NYC metro area. Where Where do you hide the stories you don’t want others to see?  In my head.  They seethe and simmer and cannibalize each […]

The Real: L. Jagi Lamplighter

Posted: 26th September 2011 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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Jagi Lamplighter was one of the first pro writers I met, she’s still one of my fave people to run into at cons. Where:   Where are you from? I was born in Manhattan. I grew up in North Salem, NY, which is about an hour from New York City. Every day, on my way […]

The Real: Lucienne Diver

Posted: 5th September 2011 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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You can find Lucienne Diver: Twitter: @LucienneDiver Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucienne.diver Her website:  http://www.luciennediver.com/   Where:   Where are you from? Mars.  Oh, wait, no, women are from Venus. Where in all of the multiverse would you curse the worst of humanity? I’ve never been there, but from what I’ve heard…Lubbock, TX. Where do you hide the […]

The Real: Sarah Hoyt

Posted: 29th August 2011 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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Where: Where are you from? The temptation is to say I come from somewhere else, altogether.  Of course, I do, in theory.  I was born and raised in Porto, Portugal, didn’t come to the states till I was 22.  And Portugal is very… somewhere else.  BUT when I was in Portugal I felt so out […]

The Real: Michael Z. Williamson

Posted: 22nd August 2011 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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Michael Z. Williamson provided this interview for your enjoyment. His tenth novel hits stores this fall. Where: Where are you from? That’s a complicated question.  My father is Scottish of Norse extraction, my mother English.  I was born and raised in the UK, but currently live in Indianapolis.  I identify as American, but I’m also […]

The Real: Irene Radford

Posted: 15th August 2011 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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This is my brand spanking new interview series with people in publishing. The goal is to give a bit more access to the mind behind the icon than the average interview. Well, that and make sure I update the blog more than once every two months. So to kick things off is the entirely fabulous Irene […]

Another interview

Posted: 12th July 2009 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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The always interesting Michael Ventrella decided to stress his ability to be so by interviewing me. It’s a fairly short interview, but he he’s got several other good ones up on his blog. Enjoy.

Crossed Genres

Posted: 1st June 2009 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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The June issue of Crossed Genres has been released. If you haven’t gotten yours yet, go now. Go sooner if possible. Click Here.

News you can use.

Posted: 18th May 2009 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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The fabulous folks at Crossed Genres have interviewed me for their next issue. My interview is part of the issue that will be released June 1st. They made a donation to the Arthritis Foundation in my name, and were great to work with. They have an very inexpensive yearly subscription and some very useful info […]

Interview w/James Enge

Posted: 15th April 2009 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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The masterful James Enge was interviewed by the incomparable Sara M. Harvey for SFScope. You can see the interview here, and keep up with both of their exploits:  & saraphina_marie   assuming of course that you aren’t already reading both of them.

For those who missed it

Posted: 25th March 2009 by onyxhawke in Uncategorized
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There was an interview with Dave Freer about two weeks ago. Enjoy.