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Interview With E. E. Giorgi

September 15, 2011 at 9:26 am

My friend and colleague, E. E. Giorgi, is a mathematician by day and a novelist by night.  (Keep your eyes open for the Chimeras books.  They are destined for great things.)   EEG also maintains a blog that features interviews with interesting writers who juggle creative and technical endeavors in different parts of their lives.  (Witness the recent interview with multi-award-nominee and writing powerhouse Aliette de Bodard.)

The really fascinating people weren't available this week, but I did my best to be a decent followup to Aliette's interview.  Our conversation is posted here.

I thank my interview host for making me sound halfway intelligent and coherent.  (Let's add "answer interview questions" to that long list of things I do when the insomnia keeps me up all night.)  That probably wasn't an enviable task.

And speaking of our interview host, I do have to wonder about somebody who seems so nice and normal on the outside yet whose writing shows a vast knowledge of serial killers....


Steve Halter September 15, 2011 at 10:27 am
That is a good interview. We do, clearly, need more ice ships. Thanks for the tip on the Chimera books. I'm quite looking forward to that.
EEGiorgi September 15, 2011 at 10:30 am
So, I went "AWWWWWW" throughout your post, then came to the end and... laughed out loud, which was okay, because I wasn't drinking coffee (laughing out loud while drinking coffee tends to be a little harsh on keyboards), but still, I sit in a cubicle, you know, and people hear... Okay, jokes aside. Thank you, you're too kind. It was a pleasure to have you over at CHIMERAS. :)
EEGiorgi September 15, 2011 at 10:39 am
You guys are too nice. Thank you, Steve! I also look forward to seeing my book cover on your fantastic blog (I keep reading your reviews and wishing I had 48 hours in a day so I could use the extra 24 to read!), though I should warn you it's going to be a while... In this biz patience is of the essence.
Bob McKeand September 16, 2011 at 6:34 pm
So I searched "ships made of ice" The results: You are Number 23. Peace, Bob
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