Hey, look, I’ve got another author interview on creative process for y’all’s edification and enjoyment. Woo hoo! Today we have the fascinating John Brown, a man deeply interested in how writing works. Get ready, get set, get your drink, maybe some nachos, got em? Okay…GO!
Maya: Hi John, let’s jump right in. Can you describe [...]
I just got several more of these interviews in, I should probably spread them out over time, but I’m never any good at doing what I should do. Ha! My mother can attest to this. But today I’m delighted to bring to you the amusing James Maxey, author of several cool dragon books, Bitterwood, Dragonseed, [...]
For the next installment in my series on creative process, we have the lovely Leah Cypess, author of Mistwood, and upcoming Nightspell. I think soon I want to do a “what I’ve learned so far” from these interviews. There have been some definite themes. But anyway, let’s jump right in….
Maya: Hello, Leah! Can you [...]
Today we have the fifth in my author interview series on creative process. Welcome Elaine Isaak! I’m just going to dive right i here….
Maya: Hi, Elaine! Can you describe your writing process for us?
Elaine: It works best when I can write every day–and when I’m in the goove for a book, [...]
Today we have the fourth in my author interviews on creative process. Alethea Kontis has published in a variety of venues such as poetry, children’s picture books, essays, the editing of a short story compilation, and, coming soon, her first novel, Sunday. I’ve pretty much only written novels, with only a few side trips into [...]
All righty, today we have interview #3 in my on-going series on how writers write. I am so pleased to interview Will McIntosh because he just (ok, it was last September, but to me it feels like about ten minutes ago, what is up with this rocketing ahead time thing?) because Will just WON THE [...]
Today we have the second installment in my author interview series, woo hoo! If you missed the first installment you can click here to read Nancy Fulda tell us about how she works. But today we have Gareth Powell, science fiction author of The Last Reef, Silversands, and the upcoming Recollection, talking about how [...]
One of my favorite parts of grad school (MFA in writing) was hearing guest writers talk. Inevitably in the Q & A someone would ask the “process” question. “Do you have a creative process? How do you write?” I loved that part. Every answer was so different.
I don’t get to hear writers talk [...]
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today's yoga practice
May 12, 2013 | 1:39 pm
Full primary. I forgot to write practices down last week, oh well.
May 4, 2013 | 2:51 pm
Feeling sick. Surys. A few seated. Backbending. Bleh.
May 4, 2013 | 2:50 pm
Primary to supta konasana.
May 4, 2013 | 2:50 pm
Gah. Skip. Lame.
May 4, 2013 | 2:49 pm
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