Scott T. Barnes is the winner of the Writers of the Future Award and a graduate of Odyssey. His short fiction has appeared in numerous venues, including the anthologies Gaia: Shadow and Breath Vol. 3, History and Horror, Oh My! and Kevin J. Anderson’s Pulse Pounders II. He is also the author of Rancho San Felipe: A Story of California One Hundred Years Ago, an illustrated fourth-grade reader. He edits the online magazine NewMyths.com. His complete bibliography can be found at www.scotttbarnes.com.
You attended the Odyssey Writing Workshop in 2008. What made you decide to attend Odyssey? You also took two of the online Odyssey Workshop courses. What made you decide to take them?
Well, I didn’t get into Odyssey the first time that I applied in 2007, and so I applied a second time… Continue reading “Interview: Graduate Scott T. Barnes”
Douglas Cohen is a 2000 graduate of the Odyssey Fantasy and Science Fiction Writing Workshop. He is the former editor of Realms of Fantasy, where he worked for six and a half years. In the magazine’s final year, they published their 100th issue, won a Nebula Award, and were nominated for a second one. Along with John Joseph Adams, he is the co-editor of Oz Reimagined, whose contributors include Seanan McGuire, Tad Williams and Jane Yolen, among many more. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in such venues as Space & Time, Fantastic Stories, Weird Tales, and Interzone. He is currently putting another layer of polish on his novel.
Find Douglas Cohen on Twitter: @Douglas_Cohen.
Keep up with Oz Reimagined news at: http://www.johnjosephadams.com/oz-reimagined/.
Congratulations on the launch of Oz Reimagined! What first brought this idea to light? Continue reading “Interview: Douglas Cohen”
Author Patricia Bray will be a guest lecturer at this summer’s Odyssey Writing Workshop. She has written a dozen novels, including Devlin’s Luck, which won the 2003 Compton Crook Award for the best first novel in the field of science fiction or fantasy. A multi-genre author whose career spans both epic fantasy and Regency romance, her books have been translated into Russian, German, Portuguese and Hebrew. She’s also spent time on the editorial side of the business, as the co-editor of After Hours: Tales from the Ur-Bar (DAW, March 2011) and The Modern Fae’s Guide to Surviving Humanity (DAW, March 2012).
Patricia lives in a New England college town, where she combines her writing with a full-time career as a Systems Analyst, ensuring that she is never more than a few feet away from a keyboard. Visit her website and blog at http://www.patriciabray.com.
You are a multi-genre author: how do you find the writing techniques for epic fantasy and Regency romance compare? Continue reading “Interview: Author Patricia Bray”