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Christopher Barzak is just dreamy and an interview at Bookslut has magically appeared here:
http://www.bookslut.com/features/2008_12_013761.php

ghg

(PS: The bookseller and small press acolyte in me feels I need to mention:
$11,229.72 - $7022.56 + auctions = go to
http://community.livejournal.com/helpvera/.
I confess that the outpouring on this impresses me and makes me proud to be a fangeek.)
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http://www.bookslut.com/2008_11.php

My interview with Brian Francis Slattery is cool and I so want points for the most subtle "Oh, John Ringo, no," in history, but Jessa's video interview with Neil Gaiman is the most awesome of  things too. Maybe even awesomer just this once. Actually, Jessa is consistently more awesome than I am, I admit it.

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Oct. 11th, 2006 12:30 am
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The new ish of Bookslut has gone live. The Neil Gaiman interview by Jessa is fascinating, especially for this revelation:

Jessa: How did your interest in mythology start?

Neil: I wish I had an origin story for you. When I was four, I was bitten by a radioactive myth.

http://www.bookslut.com/features/2006_10_010057.php

And I had the joy of interviewing Mark Z. Danielewski:
http://www.bookslut.com/features/2006_10_010029.php

And a new column on comics by Jeff VanderMeer even:
http://www.bookslut.com/comicbookslut/2006_10_010053.php

Brian K. Vaughan, Irvine Welsh and more...
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http://www.bookslut.com/features/2006_08_009677.php

Here's a new Bookslut interview with Vandana Singh. I make a point of interviewing writers I admire, but -- in her case -- her work is truly special and I'm pleased with how it came out.

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