Throwback Interview: Jamie Delano (2006)

Jamie Delano is a popular British comic book writer, best known for his work on the comic book Hellblazer (on which the movie Constantine was based). Delano has also worked on a multitude of other series, such as Animal Man, Doctor Who, 2020 Visions, and Ghostdancing. Delano was generous enough to take time out of... Continue Reading →

Throwback Interview: Richard Dinnick (2006)

Several years ago, I engaged in a series of interviews with various authors in which I asked them ten questions about the craft, their work, and advice for new writers. Appropriately dubbed "The Ten", I am reposting those interviews here for archival purposes.  Richard Dinnick started his writing career in 1986 on that most prestigious of... Continue Reading →

Throwback Interview: John S. Drew (2006)

Several years ago, I engaged in a series of interviews with various authors in which I asked them ten questions about the craft, their work, and advice for new writers. Appropriately dubbed "The Ten", I am reposting those interviews here for archival purposes.  While the first two authors I interviewed for The Ten have been well-established... Continue Reading →

Throwback Interview: David Alan Mack (2006)

Several years ago, I engaged in a series of interviews with various authors in which I asked them ten questions about the craft, their work, and advice for new writers. Appropriately dubbed "The Ten", I am reposting those interviews here for archival purposes.  David Alan Mack is the fan-favorite author of several Star Trek novels, including... Continue Reading →

Throwback Interview: Lance Parkin (2006)

Several years ago, I engaged in a series of interviews with various authors in which I asked them ten questions about the craft, their work, and advice for new writers. Appropriately dubbed "The Ten", I am reposting those interviews here for archival purposes.  Q: How did you break into writing? A: When I was twenty-two, I... Continue Reading →

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