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Connie Willis, the multiple Hugo Award-winning author of Blackout, and Carrie Vaughn, the author of the Kitty Norville paranormal fantasy series, discuss speculative fiction and the art of writing.
Listen to Blackout by Connie Willis.
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By Heather on 03-22-10

these authors made me want to hear their work

Having 2 authors interview each other was an innovative way to create interest in their writing. After listening to their conversation I went searching for one of their books to download. And I intend to listen to more!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Sue V on 02-13-11

Delightful!

What a surprise to find this. I enjoyed listening in on this great conversation about writing. It's so intelligent and entertaining. I hadn't thought of Connie Willis in years--I don't know why, but it seems I have some catching up to do with her books. I'll be checking into Carrie Vaughn's work, too.

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By F. Meier on 12-27-16

Trivial

Questions and themes discussed between the two writers are trivial. To write series or alone-standing novels? Assumptions about reders like that they just want to read the same (or about the same characters) again and again flourish in this talk. Thus writing series seemingly becomes a sign of succes / 'good quality' (maybe because that is where the money runs?). This is sad, because at least one of the two writers writes in my opinion excellent books (I haven't read anything by the other). And I'm sure they could have gone into much more interesting questions about their stories and how they relate to things going on in peoples everyday lives all over.

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