Archive for the ‘Authors’ Category

David Gerrold talks about screenwriting, and the way it’s changed – for the worse – over time.

Interview with Leo King

Posted: 4th August 2014 by Jason Kristopher in Authors, Everything Else, Grey Gecko Press
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My friend (and fellow Gecko) Leo King got interviewed over at Anakalian Whims.

An Interview with Benjamin Card

Posted: 30th July 2014 by Jason Kristopher in Authors
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My buddy and fellow Grey Gecko Press author Benjamin Card got an interview over at “Authors Interviews.”

I was lucky enough to meet one of my favorite authors this last fall in San Antonio at WorldCon 2013 – Hugh Howey, author of Wool, Dust, Sand, and many other great books. I didn’t just get to meet him, but I got to have dinner with him and several other fans, as well as present him several Grey […]

PARADE Interviews Stephen King

Posted: 20th September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in Authors
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One of my biggest writing idols, Stephen King, got interviewed. Seriously, if you want to read what is, in my opinion, one of the best books about writing books ever written, it’s On Writing. I like how he refers to himself as a novelist, and his comment on what people call him. I agree 100%. Read the […]

What’s In Your Workspace?

Posted: 16th September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in Authors
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io9 had a rather interesting article back in June that I just found out about today, called Famous Scifi And Fantasy Authors In Their Workspaces. Here’s one of Isaac Asimov with his typewriter – which, as one commenter pointed out, is, in fact, a Selectric II, not a Selectric I. Why the distinction was important, you’ll have […]

My friend and fellow Grey Gecko author Leon Berger’s book Lunch With Charlotte is, like my own The Dying of the Light: Interval, been included in the Top 5 Finalists group at the Kindle Book Review’s Best Indie Books of 2013 Awards. Naturally, he’s in the Non-fiction group and I’m in Suspense/Horror (up against Hugh Howey’s I, […]

A friend of mine and fellow auteur (because I like using that pretentious word whenever I can) passed on a 2009 blog post from one of my favorite writers, Neil Gaiman. This fine friend, who happens to also be a member of my local writing group that I skipped out on last night (sorry guys), […]

In which my friend (not to mention editor) H. C. H. Ritz stops by and gives us a bit of insight into being a writer. Don’t Buy the Myth of the “True Writer” by H. C. H. Ritz There are people who feel compelled to write as if by demons—people who have stories inside them […]