Talking to Myself: September 19–21, 2011
3-part blog post (originally intended for a YA book review site)
Topics: Blood Feud; why I became a writer; work habits; my first big break; five books no writer should be without; advice for young writers; the Pandora Zwieback movie dream cast.
Talking to the Scribe: October 11, 2011
Podcast • Interview by J. D. Calderon
Topics: Blood Feud; the history of The Saga of Pandora Zwieback; the decision to self-publish the series; working as J.D.ʼs editor on his fantasy books; the small press as mainstream publishingʼs minor league “farm system”; my comic-book succubus character, Lorelei
Sci-Fi Saturday Night: December 3, 2011
Podcast • Interview by The Dome, Kriana, Illustrator X, AwakeByJava, The Dead Redhead, and Zombrarian
Topics: Blood Feud; Doctor Who; my tryout as an artist for DC Comicsʼ Batman Adventures series; writing influences; artist Bob Larkinʼs contributions to the Pandora Zwieback series.
Scifi Diner: December 12, 2011
Podcast • Interview by Scott Hertzog and Miles McLoughlin
Topics: Blood Feud; Doctor Who; my 10-year career as a fiction editor; writing the X-Men: The Chaos Engine novels; working with artists Bob Larkin and Eliseu Gouveia; developing books based on Se7en and Friday the 13th; writing a Twilight Zone novelization.
Reading Bites: January 6, 2012
Interview by Michele Lee
Topics: Blood Feud; the popularity of vampires in fiction; the objectification of female characters in comics; my favorite reads as a teenager; recommended reading for todayʼs teens; writing for licensed properties; the portrayal of teens in current young adult fiction.
Fiction Fascination: February 22, 2012
Interview by Carly Chambers
Topics: Blood Feud; Panʼs mentor, Annie, as a potential spin-off character; favorite genres to read; top three favorite books; writing inspirations; hobbies and interesting quirks
Blood Moon Rising: April 9, 2012
Interview by D. W. Jones
Topics: Blood Feud; Lorelei the succubus, and comic book reviewers’ reaction to her; a brief history of StarWarp Concepts; how I got my start as a writer; writing influences; whether Pan and Annie can be inspirations for young women; the future of StarWarp Concepts, and my upcoming projects
Books of the Dead Press: To Be Scheduled
Interview by James Roy Daley
Topic: the popularity of, and possible future direction for, zombieapocalypse fiction (I was a contributor to the BotD anthology Best New Zombie Tales, Vol. 2)