Tag: interviews

An interview with me from the Saskatchewan Writers Guild newsletter, Freelance

The latest issue of the Saskatchewan Writers Guild newsletter, Freelance, features this interview with me… What drove you to science fiction writing? Like most writers of science fiction and fantasy, I became interested in it because it was what I read. I have two older brothers, both of whom read in the genre, so those …

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Some recent interviews and reviews

There have been several recent interviews with me, and some nice new reviews of Master of the World. Follow the links! I read a sample from Master of the World on the Sample Chapter podcast Lisa Timpf reviews Master of the World on The Future Fire Way Too Fantasy gives Master of the World 4/5 stars Christie Stratos interviews me for The Writers Showcase videocast …

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The Worldshapers podcast is an Aurora Awards finalist!

My podcast, The Worldshapers (“Conversations with science fiction and fantasy authors about the creative process”) is a finalist for this year’s Aurora Awards (honouring the best in Canadian science fiction and fantasy), in the Best Fan Related Work category (a first for me!). Lots of great work nominated in all the categories–check out the complete …

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I’m interviewed on The Raven, and read from Worldshaper

I was a guest on the new podcast The Raven, hosted by Jason Lavelle, for an episode that went live this week. I’ll let him describe it: On today’s show, author Edward Willett reads us a passage from his fantasy novel, Worldshaper, and I have to say, he does a fantastic job! After the story, Edward and …

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I’m interviewed on Rave About the Page

Here’s a new interview with me on a new podcast, Rave About the Page. I enjoyed it–I hope you do, too!

Listen to my new podcast–interviews with major SF/fantasy writers about the creative process

I’ve thought about doing for a long time, I’m now actually doing: I’ve started a podcast, The Worldshapers: Conversation With Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors About the Creative Process. In each hour-long episode, I explore how a particular author began writing science fiction or fantasy, and the go through their creative process, focusing on one …

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My interview on “The Writer’s Block” on L.A. Talk Radio

I had a great time on “The Writer’s Block” program on L.A. Talk Radio last week; as they describe it on their webpage, the conversation was “fun, educational, and occasionally, somewhat nonsensical.” You can listen to it here.

Tim Hildebrand’s acting career stretches from Caronport to Cannes

I wrote this article for Refined Saskatoon; you can see it in the context of the magazine here. Back in 2007, I performed with Tim in Beauty and the Beast at Persephone Theatre in Saskatoon, the very first show in the then brand-new theatre. (Our Beast was Paul Alexander Nolan, currently heading to Broadway again …

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The Cityborn is out! Reviews, interviews, and more…

The Cityborn, my eighth novel for DAW Books (though only the fourth under my own name) officially released on July 4. All of the United States celebrated with fireworks, which was nice. This is an ongoing post that I’ll update as new things appear online. It’s been getting some nice attention! It made Inverse Entertainment’s …

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Paul Alexander Nolan: From small-town Saskatchewan to Broadway’s bright lights

  This article just appeared in Refined Lifestyles Regina. I’ve known Paul since he was a kid–I performed with him several times back then, and have even had the chance to be in a professional show with him once, when he played the Beast in Persephone Theatre‘s production of Beauty and the Beast in Saskatoon …

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My interview with internationally known artist Andrew Salgado

Twenty-five years ago, at the age of 10, Andrew Salgado was just another kid who’d decided to take art classes at Regina’s Neil Balkwill Centre. Today he’s a celebrated and critically acclaimed artist whose last 11 solo exhibitions (in cities as diverse as London, New York, Miami and Cape Town) have sold out, and who …

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A long, in-depth interview with…moi! (Trigger warning: includes questions about religion and politics)

Recently Everitt Foster over the blog A Natural Reaction asked me to answer some questions for an online interview, one of a series he’s been conducting with authors who have been early adopters of the new social media platform Gab, a would-be Twitter rival. (My handle over there is ewillett.) You can read the interview …

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