Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Interviewed at Speculate SF!

This week, an interview with the awesome Nancy Hightower and I went live (or possibly undead) over at Speculate SF! 

Be sure to tune in for a discussion on "the unique appeal of poetry, how so much of speculative fiction poetry touches on the dark, grotesque and macabre, and what’s changed (and is still changing) in the field..." And other surprises!

Nancy Hightower is an author and poet, as well as an art critic and fiction reviewer who currently writes for The Washington Post. Her debut epic fantasy novel, Elementar√≠ Rising, was published in September 2013 with Pink Narcissus Press and received a starred review from Library Journal. She has co-authored, along with Carrie Ann Baade, the Cute and Creepy exhibition catalogue, an art book of contemporary macabre and surrealist works. You can visit her online at: http://www.nancyhightower.com/

Also, consider donating to the Speculate SF Patreon to keep them going! They're doing great and amazing work and it would be wonderful to get them the resources they deserve.

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