I’m debuting a new semi-regular feature over at Examiner.com today – an interview series I call Interview 5.5.5. The premise is simple: I’m grilling top genre authors with five questions each on five specific topics, and running the interview on the blog over five consecutive days. I’m pleased to kick things off with Norman Partridge, author of Dark Harvest, Lesser Demons and the upcoming Johnny Halloween. Click on over and check out Day One now….or The October Boy will visit you.
I completed the nonfiction update today by going back through and adding links to all the recent interviews I’ve done at Dark Scribe Magazine, as well as on my spec fiction blog for Examiner.com. Lots of good stuff there from Kim Paffenroth, Ellen Datlow, Maurice Broaddus and many more. Head on up to the nonfiction tab at the top of this page to check ’em out.
Speaking of interviews, I’ve got a biggie on the horizon – a sprawling chat with one of my new favorites that’s so big it’s going to take five days to run it all. It will appear on the Examiner blog, but stay tuned here for an announcement of when…and who.
I have, and I’ve reviewed a fair number of them over at Dark Scribe Magazine. I’ve finally updated the nonfiction portion of the site with all the links, so cruise on over if you’d like to know what I thought of Tim Lebbon’s brilliant collection Last Exit For the Lost, or Stephen King’s Under the Dome and Blockade Billy, or Norm Partridge’s amazing Lesser Demons, or…well, you get the idea.