D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Tag Archives: Interview
My interview with Schlock Magazine is now available, so if you’re inclined, you can find it here. I got to talk about inspirations, the publishing landscape, and some of my upcoming projects. I hope you enjoy it.
Last month I did an interview with Schlock Magazine that was put into the queue to appear this January. I got notified today that my interview will appear Saturday as part of their “Schlock Talks” series. I had a good time … Continue reading
Several weeks ago, I did an interview with obsolescent.info press, the publishers of Suction Cup Dreams: An Octopus Anthology, which contains my story “The Octopus Garden.” I didn’t know it, but they published the interview online about two weeks ago. It … Continue reading
Schlock Magazine, a pretty good small press publication, runs a monthly author interview called “Schlock Talks,” and they asked me a while ago if I’d be interested in answering a few questions. I accepted, and they did an interview a few … Continue reading
Just a quick post today because I’m feeling a little under the weather (I must have caught something on the plane ride home). One of the few websites I read with any consistency is Diabolical Plots, run by speculative-fiction authors … Continue reading
Michael Haynes interviewed me last week about my story “Observations on a Clock” and my writing process. The interview is now posted, so head over to Michael’s site and check it out. I will also be stopping by periodically to … Continue reading
Back in January, author Michael Haynes featured my story “Observations on a Clock” in his short story dissections on his website. It’s an interesting analysis, and I recommend you check it out if you haven’t already. After it appeared, I … Continue reading
Last week, I posted part one of my interview with author Marc Schuster in which he discussed his forthcoming book, The Grievers. Today Marc discusses his approach to and thoughts on the craft of writing. Marc has also agreed to stop … Continue reading
Marc Schuster may not be a household name (yet), but he should be. I first came across his fiction and website a few months ago, and I have since become a fan of his work. Marc is an observant, funny, and extremely … Continue reading