New interviews on the way

Since many of you have been encouraging me for months to do more interviews, and since both interviews with Peter Orullian and Mark Lawrence have been well-received, I just wanted you to know that I'll be teaming up with a number of my usual partners in crime to bring you a few more in the near future.

So you can expect interviews with Joe Abercrombie, Steven Erikson, and Paul Kearney in the coming weeks. Patrick Rothfuss is down for a Q&A. But now that he's a number 1 NYT bestselling author, the request must go through his PR people.

There will probably be another one with R. Scott Bakker, as well as a few others that I need to inquire about. . . =)

6 commentaires:

Anonymous said...

Rothfuss better do the interview, since it is precisely because of this hotlist that I first heard about him at all!

It would be the "returning home" of interviews for him, I'd imagine :D

Anonymous said...

Damn, some seriously great authors you have lined up. :D

3rdI said...
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3rdI said...

Bakker would be good. Question number one should be why in the hell has he taken away the Kellhus POV? The Aspect-Emperor was extremely well written but frustrating. Kellhus IS the story and I am sure many other readers felt the same after reading PON. To then remove the most important character as a POV took so much away from the story. And given that you have expressed the same structure is present in The White Luck Warrior I wonder if we will ever see a return to the Kellhus POV. As talented as Bakker is another book full of Esmenet and Drusas is a bit disheartening. I will still follow the story regardless because quite simply Bakker one of the very best writers in the genre but again I believe removing the Kellhus POV was a mistake.

Blake said...

3rdl: Funny you should remove your first comment. Given that on SFFWORL.COM you can't even admit to some flaws with TWMF, I had to laugh when you said that Rothfuss shouldn't give Pat an interview and that his review sucked and all that.

Anonymous said...

Joe Abercrombie rocks.... and yes i heard about him right here. Thanks Pat for all the great reviews. looking forward to the interview.