Gradually getting the interviews and readings from BookMarkIt! this past May edited and posted. Here’s the latest, with Mark Askwith talking to Ira Nayman, author of the Multiverse series of novels, and editor of Amazing Stories magazine, in a really interesting chat about science fiction, humour, how he got into editing, and much, much more.
A few bits of news to share:
This coming Tuesday, Sept 25th, I’ve been invited to participate in an open mic at the Parliament Street Library branch in Toronto.
The event starts at 6:30pm and goes until 8pm
I’ll be reading from my novel A Time and a Place. It looks like I’ll have time to read up to an entire chapter. I’ll try to pick a particularly interesting one…
And if that isn’t enough to entice you, fellow writer (and editor of the newly re-launched Amazing Stories magazine) Ira Nayman will also be present. His material is very funny, so if you don’t show up for me, at least show up for him!
I do believe there’ll be some other writers present to read as well.
In other terrifically exciting news, A Time and a Place is now available for your listening pleasure on Audible. But you know that already because of my last post. (Two posts in one day… haven’t done that in a while!)
I should also mention that my recent interview with Christine Cowley of Storylines on Hunters Bay Radio is now available online. You can check it out here.
Probably worth mentioning as well that my interview with Jessica Sanders of Jessie’s Coffee Shop is still available online here.
And that’s quite enough news for one day…