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Grim indeed, yet eloquent and utterly compelling."
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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....Close Permalink
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.
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. :)
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.
So I searched "ships made of ice"
The results: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=ships+made+of+ice
You are Number 23.
Unwalkers interview [English | French ]
Interview with Speculate! Podcast Interview with Adventures in SciFi Publishing
Ian Tregillis on the Sword and Laser Podcast
Ian Tregillis on John Scalzi's The Big Idea
Interview with Pat's Fantasy Hotlist
Interview with SFRevu
Interview with Mad Hatter Book Review
Interview with Apex Books
Interview at Literary Musings Interview with Pat's Fantasy Hotlist
An interview with the authors of Busted Flush at Pat's Fantasy Hotlist
Interview with Travis Heermann at The Write Line
9-way interview with the contributors to the Wild Cards novel Inside Straight at Pat's Fantasy Hotlist
Interview in the February, 2008 newsletter of the Online Writing Workshop for Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror
An extended interview with Ian Tregillis by Ty Franck, on www.wildcardsbooks.com.