New Steven Erikson interview

Speaking of Erikson, the author of the recently published Dust of Dreams (Canada, USA, Europe) was interviewed by the folks at Fantasy Book Review. As always, it's an interesting read.

You can check out the full Q&A here.

No rest for the wicked indeed!;-)

5 commentaires:

Dave said...

Didn't think it was out yet ... guess it depends on where you are

Unknown said...

Anyone who isn't reading this series, go out and buy Garden of the Moon now!

Patrick said...

Maybe you should buy GotM AND Deadhouse Gates. Like some people I was kind of overwhelmed by the scope of the first novel and don't know if I would have continued reading, if I hadn't already bought the second novel. Not that things get less complex in that one, but it really left a much greater impression on me. Needless to say, I couldn't help but read all the other books then :P

Anonymous said...

The two new trilogies I am signed to write share the world and its cosmos, but they do not resume the arc of the Fallen.

- Steven Erikson

I am particularly glad for this bit of news. Although I'm as much a Malazan fanatic as any, it'll be great to read any book written by SE without the heavy weight of the the MBOTF. I can't wait to read those and discover the world, characters SE will think of next. :)

Cecrow said...

It's a good approach for him; retain the fan base but open it up to people intimidated by MBOTF and who still want to give him a try.