Interviews

Interview with Melissa Fraterrigo, Glory Days

Guest interview: Sheryl Johnston (from All Things Literary) chats with Melissa Fraterrigo, author of the new novel Glory Days. Glory Days by Melissa Fraterrigo Pub Date: September 1, 2017. UK November 1, 2017 Imprint: Nebraska. 175 pages; 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches ISBN-13: 978-1-4962-0132-4; Price $19.95 Melissa Fraterrigo is […]

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Interview with Cat Sparks, Ecopunk

I want to thank Cat Sparks, author of Lotus Blue and contributor to the upcoming Ecopunk! – Speculative Tales of Radical Futures anthology (Ticonderoga Publishing, 2017) for taking time out of her very busy schedule to talk to Eco-fiction about this collection of short stories that she edited with Liz […]

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Interview with Nancy Lord

Part XV. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Nancy Lord, who lives in Homer, Alaska, is passionate about place, history, and the natural environment.  From her many years of commercial salmon fishing and, later, work as a naturalist and historian on adventure cruise ships, she’s explored in both fiction […]

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Interview with James Bradley, Author of Clade and The Silent Invasion

I’m happy to welcome James Bradley, Australian novelist and critic. James Bradley is an Australian novelist and critic.  His books include the novels Wrack, The Deep Field , The Resurrectionistand Clade, a book of poetry, Paper Nautilus, and The Penguin Book of the Ocean, as well as The Change Trilogy for young adults, the first […]

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Climate Change Author Spotlight – Brian Burt

Back to the series When I first talked with author Brian Burt a couple years ago, we sat in on a SFF World panel about climate change in fiction, and I was surprised at the things we had in common: we both hail from Indiana (go Hoosiers!), still dream of […]

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Interview with Annis Pratt, Infinite Games

Part XIV. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Annis Pratt’s novels are full of passion for the natural world and enthusiasm for the details of everyday life. Her invented worlds are more realistic than fantastic, her fiction speculative about ways to live in harmony with each other and with […]

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Climate Change Author Spotlight – Jo Marshall

Back to the series It’s hard to believe that we’re up to our tenth author spotlight in this series, but here we are, with an introduction to Jo Marshall, who spent seven years as a volunteer literacy tutor for elementary school students. In the D.C. area, from 1999 to 2006, […]

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Interview with David Brin

I recently had a chat with David Brin about climate change and storytelling as well as where our world is headed. David Brin is a science fiction author, scientist & transparency/internet security expert, public speaker & business/governmental consultant, and blogger/social media influencer. But he’s so much more. To find out […]

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Interview with Donelle Dreese, Cave Walker

Part XVI. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Returning to our “Women Working in Nature and the Arts” interview series, I’m happy to introduce Donelle Dreese. Donelle is an author and Professor of English at Northern Kentucky University.  Her books include Cave Walker (Moon Willow Press), Sophrosyne (Aldrich Press), Deep River […]

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Interview with Omar El Akkad, American War

I’m very pleased to welcome Omar El Akkad, author of American War, one of the most anticipated novels of 2017 (coming April 4). Omar was born in Cairo, Egypt and grew up in Doha, Qatar until he moved to Canada with his family. He is an award-winning journalist and author […]

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Interview with Cory Doctorow, Walkaway

Cory Doctorow (craphound.com) is a science fiction author, activist, journalist and blogger―the co-editor of Boing Boing and the author of the bestselling Little Brother, which was recently optioned by Paramount, with Don Murphy (Natural Born Killers, Transformers) producing. He is the former European director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and […]

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Interview with Jenna Gersie, The Hopper

The Hopper is a lively environmental literary magazine from Green Writers Press. The poetry, fiction, nonfiction, visual art, ecocriticism, and interviews that they publish are all paths towards an invigorated understanding of nature’s place in human life and are part of a new phase in nature writing and art that […]

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Interview with Midge Raymond and John Yunker

Thanks to Midge Raymond and John Yunker, owners of Ashland Creek Press, for the Q&A. Midge has more than twenty years of experience in writing, editing, and publishing. In addition to being a published fiction writer and journalist, she has worked as an editor and copywriter with several New York […]

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Interview with Nina Munteanu, Ecologist and Author

Part XV. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Originally published on October 31, 2016, this article is updated with the news that Nina’s Water Is…The Meaning of Water, is recommended by Margaret Atwood in “The Year in Reading,” published by the New York Times. Nina Munteanu is a Canadian […]

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Interview with Gary Robson, Who Pooped in the Park? Series

Gary D. Robson is an American author from Red Lodge, Montana. He is best known for his children’s picture book series Who Pooped in the Park?, which teaches children about animal scat and tracks. The books have fictional characters who learn from each other as well as guides. The series […]

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