Tag: interview

  • Greg Stolze: The Terribleminds Interview

    Mister Stolze and I share a freelance-flavored past, in that both of us did substantial work for White Wolf Game Studios, and periodically add more to that resume. He’s since done a great deal of his own game design work and, in terms of both games and fiction, was kickstarting before Kickstarter even existed.

  • Elizabeth Bear: The Terribleminds Interview

    Let’s be upfront, here. Elizabeth Bear’s bibliography is such a long read you don’t know if it will ever end — it goes on for days, like an eternally unfurling scroll. But there is, of course, a reason for that — she’s hella-talented and even better, multi-faceted when it comes to genre.

  • Refining The Interrogation Procedures Here At Terribleminds

    You’ve seen the Thursday interviews, yeah? Well, we’re gonna do more. I’ve already got a couple lined up, but — but! Your help is requested. First, I’d like to hear if you have any particular questions you want answered. Second, I need subjects. So suggest some subjects, willya?

  • Will Entrekin: The Terribleminds Interview

    This has been a week focusing on self-publishing talk, and so it seems only fitting that today’s interview is with an author whose work is out there in the DIY self-published space. Do I always agree with Will? No. Do I always find him respectful? Indeed. He’s a smart guy with lots to say on the subject, so I’ll let him get right to it.

  • Simon Logan: The Terribleminds Interview

    I don’t know Simon Logan very well, honestly — but I know I like what I see. You know he’s the real deal. Anybody repped by Allan Guthrie is the real deal. And so it’s time for Mister Logan to sit down in the electric chair and submit to processing at our Terribleminds Storytelling Facility.

  • Anne Lyle: The Terribleminds Interview

    It’s time again to give the mic to another wonderful writer — this time, Anne Lyle, writer of historical fantasy and Angry Robot author — and submit her brain for processing at the Terribleminds Institute For Penmonkey Dissection. You’re going to want to keep a keen eye on Anne.