Monday, January 21, 2019

Black Gate Interview, with Seth Lindberg


As far as publications and other literary endeavors go, January 2019 has been the most successful month that I’ve had in a long time. Quite a lot of things have appeared. I figured it was worth a blog post. Helps me keep everything straight myself, so here they are—in no particular order.

1. Interview. I did an article a couple of years ago for Weird Fiction Review #7 on the “beautiful and repellent” in the work of such Weird Tales authors as Robert E. Howard, C. L. Moore, and Clark Ashton Smith. Seth Lindberg, a fine writer himself, did an interview with me about that subject and it went up early today over on Black Gate. We get into some interesting topics so you might enjoy checking it out.



2. Deep Fried Horror appeared from Deadman’s Tome. My story here is called “Sing In Me, Muse.” Where does inspiration come from? You may not want to know.

3. I had five poems go up at Altered Reality Magazine. This includes an SF Story-poem I wrote called “Far Beyond Home,” which I’ve always had a fondness for but which has never gotten much love from magazines. Until now!



4. My alter ego, Tyler Boone, has also been busy. He’s got a short story up at Rope and Wire called “Hard-Luck Hannah.”

 5. Mr. Boone also appears in Bourbon & a Good Cigar with a story called “The Law In Liberty.”

There's a couple more things coming up soon from me, so I may update this post if they happen in January. As always, thanks for visiting!


7 comments:

Liane Spicer said...

Wow, that's a lot of good stuff already! May the momentum keep going!

Angie said...

Good interview. And congrats on all the publications! It's fun when they cluster like that. :)

Angie

Seth Lindberg said...

Phew, you are rockin’. That was a fun interview. I learned a few things and enjoyed comparing you to famous barbarians.

Unknown said...

Liane, Thanks. I'm enjoying it while it lasts.

Angie, it is. I'm happy.

Seth, that was fun. Thanks for doing it

sage said...

Looks like your hard work is paying off!

www.thepulpitandthepen.com

Unknown said...

Sage, thanks, man

Jennifer Macaire said...

Sounds like a terrific start to the new year! :-)