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wotmania Interview with Scott posted 27 Jun 2004, 20:06 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Scott and I have been working on this interview for the better part of a week now. Hope you guys enjoy the finished product! [url:3nn83ccj][/url:3nn83ccj] view post

posted 27 Jun 2004, 20:06 by Cu'jara Cinmoi, Author of Prince of Nothing

Very cool beans. Thanks yet again, Larry! view post

posted 27 Jun 2004, 20:06 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Can't wait to see the reactions to some of your responses, especially the bit about Tolkien and the New Weird. Should provide more grist for the debates, yes? As I said before, it was a real pleasure working on this with you. We'll have to do this again sometime, right? :D view post

posted 27 Jun 2004, 21:06 by Replay, Auditor

Good to see an interview with more than just a couple of word answers. Some very nice response in there. You could also almost sense that Scott enjoyed the interview and was willing to give his time to the questions (whereas from others you often feel as though they think of it as a chore more than anything). Perhaps after a few years of having to answer the same questions over and over and over will change things though ;) view post

posted 27 Jun 2004, 21:06 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

That it might, although some of these questions are just an extension of what I asked him at the Nashville book signing last week. Of the other interviews I've conducted with authors, I must say that this one "clicked" the most, maybe because we got to meet in person before beginning the interview process. Probably helps a lot in terms of the flow of conversation. But to be fair, email interviews are probably the hardest type of interview that an author can do, seeing as pre-prepared questions can really put a crimp into the direction the author and interviewer might want to go with it. What you're reading is actually something like five or six email exchanges that later were edited by Scott and I before being posted. I think that plays a huge role in making an interview "presentable." But this is just only the perspective of the interviewer. Hopefully Scott will reply back with his perspective. I just know I had a blast doing this and would love to do another in the future. view post

posted 28 Jun 2004, 01:06 by Loof, Peralogue

Nice Inteview :) view post

posted 28 Jun 2004, 06:06 by Sovin Nai, Site Administrator

Very well done. Thanks a bunch for the link, Aldarion. That should help us out. view post

posted 28 Jun 2004, 12:06 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

No problem, glad to be of some assistance. Oh, and feel free to call me Larry, if you wish. view post

Solid posted 27 Nov 2005, 06:11 by Anonymous, Subdidact

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