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Pat Rothfuss interviews me

Pat Rothfuss interviewed me for his website and it’s not your run of the mill interview process. Here’s how we start off. Heya Mary, Well, hello there! Thanks for agreeing to do this. Problem is, I’m really bad at introductions. So let’s do it this way: Let’s say you’re at a party and you end […]

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Mary Robinette Kowal explains why working within constraints makes you more creative

Hey! I was interviewed by io9.com’s Sally Smith, who asks very good questions. Kowal talks to io9 about what artificial intelligence has in common with Regency magic, and tells us what to expect from the sequel to Milk and Honey — which, by the way, is just $2.99 in e-book form for the next 10

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Listen to me on KBOO’s Between the Covers

Yesterday I went down to KBOO to talk to Marianne Barisonek her show “Between the Covers.”  Marianne was a delightful host and had clearly done her reading before I came in. I have a soft spot for KBOO because Willamette Radio Workshop has performed some audio theater there. It’s a great place to scream. Not

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Interview on “If You’re Just Joining Us” with Jon Armstrong

Jon Armstrong and I got to know each other when he interviewed his fellow Campbell nominees for his podcast, If You’re Just Joining Us. We hit it off and became friends so when he asked if I’d be on his podcast again, I jumped at the chance. It’s a fun conversation. But… But. Jon knows

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Omnivoracious: Quick Three Interview: Mary Robinette Kowal on Shades of Milk and Honey

Jeff Vandermeer interviewed me for Amazon.com’s Omnivoracious blog. He asked only three questions about Shades of Milk and Honey and I can guarantee that you haven’t heard me answer them before. The questions? If your novel were a meal, what would it be? If your novel were a piece of music, who would have composed

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There’s an audio interview with me at The Bat Segundo Show

While I was in New York, I sat down with Edward Champion for an interview for The Bat Segundo Show. I will tell you this right now: This is the hardest interview I have ever done. He had read the book more thoroughly than anyone I’ve met and asked me questions about things I had

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I was interviewed by Mur Lafferty of I Should Be Writing

While at NasFic, Mur Lafferty interviewed me for her podcast, I Should Be Writing. Mur makes the whole thing feel like a casual conversation between friends which reduces the level of stress induced by trying to sound reasonably intelligent. (Note to debut authors: when your book launches your brain is liable to have a repeating

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Angela Slatter has a Drive-by Interview with me

Australian short story writer Angela Slatter, has interviewed me for part of her Drive-by Interview series.  She’s a seriously talented writer and has two short story collections coming out this year, Sourdough & Other Stories with Tartarus Press (UK) and The Girl with No Hands & Other Tales (Ticonderoga Publications) Here are the questions she asked

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Odd historical things I learned while writing Shades of Milk and Honey at Tor/Forge’s Blog

I’m subscribed to the Tor/Forge newsletter because there have been some nifty giveaways and interviews in there. The funny thing here is that I forgot that I gave them an article for the newsletter and so was surprised to see my name today even though I knew darn well to expect it because my novel

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