Yearly Archives: 2013

  • SF Signal Podcast & More!

    Posted on September 23, 2013 by admin in Blog.

    Just a quick update: The new SF Signal podcast is an interview with our editors–John Klima, Lynne M. Thomas, and Michael Damian Thomas–about Glitter & Mayhem! The editors were at the SE WI Festival of Books over the weekend and we got together and packed up most of the Kickstarter rewards. Now we just need […]

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  • Q & A with David J. Schwartz

    Posted on February 14, 2013 by admin in Blog.

    1. What about the theme drew you to the anthology? Two words: roller derby. I’m a huge fan of roller derby, far beyond my interest in any other sport, and for years I’ve been trying to find a way to write about it. The night I saw the editors chatting about this anthology on Twitter, […]

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  • Q & A with Rachel Swirsky

    Posted on February 14, 2013 by admin in Blog.

    1. What about the theme drew you to the anthology? As someone who is occasionally drawn into events which most would describe as science fictional, I find that I crave the release of being able to write these stories down and disseminate them to readers. My identity as a science fiction writer allows me to […]

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  • Q & A with Bill Shunn

    Posted on February 13, 2013 by admin in Blog.

    1. What about the theme drew you to the anthology? Who doesn’t love rollerskating and nightclubs and drugs and sex and debauchery?  Who didn’t enjoy copious amounts of them all in those gloden days of youth?  Well, um, I guess I didn’t.  I was a Mormon.  Okay, I did rollerskate, but I felt guilty about […]

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  • Q & A with Tansy Rayner Roberts

    Posted on February 13, 2013 by admin in Blog.

    1. What about the theme drew you to the anthology? Rollerskates! Glamour! I’ve been a teeny bit wild about roller derby since I read Derby Girl by Shauna Cross (the book that was turned into the awesome Whip It! movie) and this anthology just sounded so exciting to be part of. 2. We’re often told […]

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