Friday, 3 June 2011

Writers talk about writing

I've approached a group of writers and asked them questions about their current, past and future projects, and on subjects as diverse as their views on electronic publishing, on the best and worst advice for writers, how they got started, and on which is boss, gibbon or tiger.

The group includes both old hands and writers who are relatively new to publication, across a variety of genres. The one common denominator is that they are all doing interesting things.

I'll be posting a couple of the interviews a week here over the next few weeks. Coming up will be interviews with Gary McMahon, Keith Brooke, Charlie Williams, Neil Williamson, Dave White, Julie Morrigan, Paul D Brazill and more.

It all kicks off tomorrow with a great wide-ranging interview with Dave Zeltserman, which includes one compelling piece of advice for all prospective writers.

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