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The Juggernaut podcast

This week I am Christopher Harris’s guest on The Juggernaut podcast, talking about Lovecraft Country, my other novels, and the wonderful impracticality of writing as a career. You can download the podcast from this link, or just listen here: …or … Continue reading

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Styxxoplix and Scary Clowns

On Friday I did a call-in interview with the Styxxoplix Show in Fort Wayne, Indiana. You can listen to it here, or catch it on WELT 95.7 FM in Fort Wayne tonight at 6. One of the many subjects we … Continue reading

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In which I am a guest on the SciFiSciFiSciFi podcast

Last month I recorded an interview for the SciFiSciFiSciFi podcast. The interview is now online: You can also listen to a previous podcast devoted to a review and discussion of Lovecraft Country: A big thank you to my hosts, Stephen … Continue reading

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Tomorrow: Speculative Fiction Panel at the UW Bookstore

Tomorrow is Independent Bookstore Day, and to help celebrate, I’ll be appearing on a Speculative Fiction Panel at the University Book Store, along with authors Greg Bear, Robin Hobb, and Elliott Kay. The panel starts at 6:30 PM; feel free … Continue reading

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Lovecraft Country, now on YouTube

As promised, here’s the video of last Friday’s reading and Q&A at the University Book Store. My next two live appearances will be this Saturday, March 12, at A Book for All Seasons in Leavenworth, WA (signing books, 11 AM-1 … Continue reading

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Fool on the Hill is back in stock

After the last printing of Fool on the Hill sold out, a series of technical problems—ball lightning, pandas, etc.—disrupted what is usually a seamless reorder process and led to the book being unavailable for the past several months. The kinks … Continue reading

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Speaking to America’s youth

One of them, anyway: Today I have a guest blog post over at Dear Teen Me, which has authors write letters to their younger selves. This is a fun game if you play it straight. I tried to stick to … Continue reading

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Talking about The Mirage tonight on The Catskill Review of Books (WJFF 90.5 FM)

Earlier this week I taped an interview with Ian Williams for his radio program The Catskill Review of Books. The interview will be broadcast tonight at 7 PM Eastern Standard Time on WJFF Radio Catskill 90.5 FM. Update: You can … Continue reading

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In which I am interviewed by Chuck Wendig

The formidable penmonkey Chuck Wendig, author of Double Dead, Blackbirds, and Mockingbird, was kind enough to interview me for his Terribleminds blog, and our Q&A was posted this morning. I talk about my writing, my favorite curse words, the time … Continue reading

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The latest

Sorry things have been quiet on the blog lately, but I’ve been putting the finishing touches on a new P.S. section—think literary equivalent of DVD extras—for the trade paperback edition of The Mirage. Some news: * I recently did an … Continue reading

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