Maggie Slater

Maggie Slater’s fiction has appeared in Leading Edge Magazine, Zombies: More Recent Dead from Prime Books, and Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, among other venues. When not chasing after her rambunctious toddler, she enjoys Haruki Murakami novels, sampling craft beer, and hoarding cheap notebooks. For more information about her and her current projects, visit her blog at maggiedot.wordpress.com.

Interview with Jim C. Hines

Jim C. Hines does not typically write about your average strapping country–boy–turned–hero or dashing princes on yet another epic quest. He much prefers the underdog hero (such as Jig, a goblin), and thank–you–very–much–but–I’ll–save–myself princesses, and his books are all the more delightful because of it.

Interview with Hal Duncan

This interview is exhaustive and amazing, so I won’t mince words here: Hal Duncan is the author of The Book of All Hours duology, Vellum and Ink. Vellum won the Gaylactic Spectrum Award in 2010, and was also nominated for the Locus Award and the World Fantasy Award.

Interview with Christopher Barzak

During his college years, Christopher Barzak’s dream of becoming an author was something others considered too fantastical for a boy from rural Ohio; turns out, being fantastical is something Mr. Barzak has an incredible knack for.

Interview with Kelly Link

Among today’s short story authors, the name Kelly Link stands out as one of the masters of craft, creativity, and literary beauty. Her work has appeared across dozens of venues, such as Science Fiction & Fantasy Magazine, Lightspeed Magazine, and Asimov’s Science Fiction and has garnered three Nebula Awards, a Hugo Award, and a World Fantasy Award.

Interview with Sarah Monette

An expert in 17th century literature and a dedicated book collector, Sarah Monette is also the author of several dozen fantasy and horror short stories, many of which have appeared in Year’s Best anthologies, The Doctrine of Labyrinths fantasy series (beginning with Mélusine), two fiction collections, and the Iskryne World series (beginning with A Companion to Wolves), co–authored with Elizabeth Bear.

Interview with Tim Pratt

Tim Pratt is a busy guy. Besides producing a dozen novels, two (soon to be three) collections, and over a hundred short stories in the past ten or so years, Mr. Pratt is also a senior editor at Locus Magazine.