Coming to Town: Steven Brust for The Incrementalists, interviewed by Richard Dansky

By Richard Dansky:

26 novels (and 1 solo album) into his career, Steven Brust still isn’t afraid to take chances. Visiting Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill on October 2nd in support of his new novel, The Incrementalists — co-written with Skyler White — Brust is best known for his centuries-spanning Dragaera series. But with a bibliography that includes everything from a high fantasy retelling of Paradise Lost (To Reign In Hell) to an Ohio vampire story (Agyar) to a multiple volume tribute to the works of Dumas (The Phoenix Guards), Brust remains a master of confounding expectation. Here he is, in his own words:

The Incrementalists

Q: The Incrementalists is your second shot at more or less straightforward science fiction, after Cowboy Feng’s. Why come back to it after all this time? Read the rest of this entry »

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Not quite a year later… video for the John Kessel interview.

Filmed on 25 March 2010 and printed in Bull Spec #2, the video is finally posted. Enjoy:


First two interviews videos are on YouTube.

Well, it’s not nearly a podcast, but at least (after 8 months…) the first two interview videos are up on YouTube. Each had to be split into 3 parts to fit the “max 15 minute clips” format there, but, hey, at least they are up!

LEE HAMMOCK:

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

SCI-FI GENRE COMICS & GAMES:

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