Category: interviews

Witch Week Day Five: Author Interview with Kat Howard

Posted November 4, 2016 by Lory in interviews / 8 Comments
Witch Week Day Five: Author Interview with Kat Howard

This year, I’m pleased to present an interview with New Hampshire author Kat Howard, whose debut novel Roses and Rot is a refreshing new take on the perennially popular story of Tam Lin. Here, the traditional woman-rescuing-her-lover plot is complicated by the presence of a pair of sisters, both talented and creative in different ways, […]

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New England Publisher Spotlight: Green Writers Press

Posted May 22, 2016 by Lory in interviews, publishers / 0 Comments
New England Publisher Spotlight: Green Writers Press

Today, I’m delighted to present an interview with Dede Cummings, publisher of Green Writers Press, a small publishing company based in Brattleboro, Vermont. Dede founded Green Writers Press in 2014, dedicated to spreading environmental awareness by publishing authors who proliferate messages of hope and renewal through place-based writing and environmental activism. In the past three […]

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Witch Week 2015: Interview with Kate Forsyth

Posted November 4, 2015 by Lory in interviews / 12 Comments
Witch Week 2015: Interview with Kate Forsyth

This post is part of Witch Week, an annual celebration of fantasy books and authors. This year’s theme is New Tales from Old, focusing on fiction based in fairy tale, folklore, and myth. For more about Witch Week, see the Master Post. Today, I’m delighted to welcome Australian author Kate Forsyth, who was kind enough […]

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The Witch Hunter’s Tale: Author interview with Sam Thomas

Posted February 17, 2015 by Lory in interviews / 5 Comments
The Witch Hunter’s Tale: Author interview with Sam Thomas

Today, I’m pleased to welcome author Sam Thomas to talk about his latest “Midwife Mystery,” The Witch Hunter’s Tale, published by St. Martin’s Minotaur in January, 2015. This third installment in Sam’s series about a mystery-solving midwife in seventeenth century York, England, follows The Midwife’s Tale and The Harlot’s Tale but can also be read […]

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