EJ Runyon and I had a LONG and very interesting conversation about my story “Lightning My Pilot.” We get into areas of general craft, but it’ll help to read the story (if you haven’t already) to understand some of what we talk about. And if you haven’t read part one of the interview, you can start it here. Otherwise, dive into part two of the interview!
Any comments? Feel free to leave some here, but definitely leave questions or comments at EJ’s blog: join our conversation! 🙂
Oh, and PS: I’ve added a new “Interviews” page to my blog, under the “Writing” menu, where you can find interviews I do with other writers and interviews people have done with me. I’m planning to expand the interviews I’ve done with others soon (including an exciting interview I hope to post early next month), so stay tuned. And if you want to interview me, just drop me a line — I’m fun to talk to. 🙂
AS I INTRODUCED last week, I read an online story by my guest, Samuel Snoek-Brown recently. And it touched me so much, I re-blogged it on my site here.
Here’s a link to it: Lightning My Pilot. I really thought so highly of it that, as a ramp up to National Novel Writing Month, I’ve invited the author to engage in a three-part talk about the how’s and why’s that went into creating this small gem. Here’s the second blog, the next one will show up in the 28th of October.
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2 thoughts on “More conversation with EJ Runyon”
Looks like folks from Mexico, the Netherlands, Israel have clicked over to read your story, Sam.
So cool. You are something else!
Mexico and Israel: awesome! But the Dutch? Those are my people!!! 🙂