Category Archives: Interviews

Capclave 2017

Capclave 2017 was held last weekend in Gaithersburg and I went because I like Capclave. It is a rare opportunity for the Great Unwashed to mix with the better science fiction writers/editors/artists/booksellers/whatnot unencumbered by security lines and overpriced autograph fees … Continue reading

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Cat Connor Redux: Updates and a history lesson

The lovely, the talented, and bikini-less Cat Connor has graced these pages with another interview: 1. We’ve been hearing rumors of new books. What are these rumors? I, too, have heard the rumors…actually there is a good chance that I started … Continue reading

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Interview of: Ian Barker, an author way too classy for this blog

I have known Ian Barker for a few years, mostly through the online writer community, Backspace. We also share a publisher, Rebel E. He is one class act. Judge for yourself: 1. “Ian.” That name’s so, well, English. My parents chose … Continue reading

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Interview of: Tj O’Connor, author, and a guy with piano wire hidden in his watch.

1. Does the TJ stand for Tommy James? Are you a Shondell? Thomas John—but I go by Tj (note the small j). Yes, in a former life I was a Shondell— there was TJ, Larry, Larry, Craig and Jim. Just … Continue reading

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Interview with J. H. Bogran, bon vivant and international master spy.

Okay, he’s not an international master spy. At least, that’s what he says. But he IS an author, his most recent novel, Firefall, can be found on Amazon. Without further ado: 1. Congratulations on the release of your new book, … Continue reading

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