Let’s pretend WHAT never happened?
the Bloggess interview

You guys, I interviewed Jenny almost two years ago about humor writing, being a humor writer, eating other humorists, and—especially—the book she was writing at the time. Well, guess what? Last week Jenny’s memoir hit #1 on the New York Times Best Seller List. So all of you who were… Read more“<em>Let’s pretend WHAT never happened?</em><br>the Bloggess interview”

Collaboration Between Writing & Music—the Porter Anderson interview

Porter Anderson of Porter Anderson Media is a Fellow with the National Critics Institute, a producer and consultant formerly with the United Nations World Food Programme in Rome and INDEX: Design to Improve Life in Copenhagen. He’s worked in journalism throughout the changes of recent decades at the network of… Read more“<em>Collaboration Between Writing & Music</em>—the Porter Anderson interview”

Interviewing Roz Morris

She’s baaack!. . . Roz Morris, best selling ghostwriter, owner of the popular Nail Your Novel blog, and author of Nail Your Novel: Why Writers Abandon Books and How You Can Draft, Fix and Finish With Confidence—back in my study, back in the interview chair, back in the news. This… Read more“Interviewing Roz Morris”

Still Interviewing Independent Editor & Critiquer
Roz Morris aka @dirtywhitecandy

I know. She’s absolutely hilarious, isn’t she? And she’s got even more value-add than that! She’s also a ghostwriter, and on Monday she’s going to tell us how she got into that line of work, plus what she’s working on now, plus why she’s not going to have herself frozen… Read more“Still Interviewing Independent Editor & Critiquer <br>Roz Morris aka @dirtywhitecandy”

We can’t leave fiction alone—the Roz Morris interview
After-Dinner Wine-Induced
Fiction Editors’ Wrestling Match
Part I

Roz Morris goes by the online moniker @dirtywhitecandy, which all by itself is reason enough to interview her. But on top of that she’s also a ghostwriter with eleven novels under her belt, eight of them best sellers, a critiquer for a London manuscript-critiquing agency, owner of the fiction-writing blog… Read more“<em>We can’t leave fiction alone</em>—the Roz Morris <del datetime="2011-01-17T22:41:19+00:00">interview</del> <br>After-Dinner Wine-Induced <br>Fiction Editors’ Wrestling Match <em><br>Part I</em>”

Interviewing Independent Editor & Critiquer Roz Morris, aka @dirtywhitecandy

Roz Morris of Nail Your Novel and I have been bouncing nonsense tweets off each others’ foreheads on Twitter, while sharing behind-the-scenes fellowship in this wonderful craft of editing fiction, for some time now. So when we both turned up as finalists for the Top 10 Blogs for Writers a… Read more“Interviewing Independent Editor & Critiquer Roz Morris, aka @dirtywhitecandy”

How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack
the Chuck Sambuchino interview

Chuck Sambuchino is the aspiring writer’s conduit to the world of literary representation. An editor and writer for Writer’s Digest Books, he edits two annual resources: Guide to Literary Agents and Children’s Writers & Illustrators Market, and his first book was the third edition of Formatting & Submitting Your Manuscript…. Read more“<em>How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack</em><br>the Chuck Sambuchino interview”

The Drug of Good Writing: the Weronika Janczuk interview

Weronika Janczuk, Independent Editor and writer of YA, literary and historical fiction, just signed on as a literary agent with D4EO Literary Agency. Weronika’s been a reader and commenter here for some time, so when she announced her recent promotion, I realized this is a perfect opportunity to bring the… Read more“<em>The Drug of Good Writing:</em> the Weronika Janczuk interview”