Saturday, June 15, 2013
Having had the honor to work with J. A. on a couple projects, this interview led me to admire the writer and editor perhaps even more than before.
In the interview, Robinson does almost half of the talking, but the discussion the two have touches on the challenges and wonders, and life cycles, of small presses.
Congratulations to J. A. Tyler for his accomplishments with Mud Luscious. Check out this essential interview, the most gripping one I've read in a long, long time.
River Dragon Sky, a new novel
Posted by justin nicholes at 2:37 PM