Davin and Michelle have been interviewed by Victoria Mixon, a professional editor. Victoria wanted to discuss the Literary Lab's experience using the print-on-demand services of lulu.com to publish the Genre Wars anthology. You can read the interview here. Go, read!
In other news, life has been horrifically busy for some of us (that'd be me) and so I have no actual post today. I promise to do better next week, honest. One fun thing I did this week was have a couple of pints with author Layne Maheu (his book Song of the Crow is one of the reasons we now share an agent, because I love the book and had to know who repped it) at the fabulous West 5 in Seattle. We talked about how similar our experiences with our mutual agent have been, what new stuff we're working on (Layne's new book sounds amazing and I hope it gets sold soon so I can read it), our shared dislike of writing about modern times (as Layne put it, "You can get more pure colors when you move the story into the past, because you can see things more clearly at this distance") and a bunch of other stuff that's likely only interesting to Seattle residents. I don't know how he falls on the viaduct/tunnel question. Nor did we talk baseball, so I don't know where he is regarding the DH. Anyway, if you have a chance to hang out in real life with other writers, go do it. The internets is a fun space, but it's just not as much fun as making story maps using pint glasses, table tents and coasters. Really, it's not.
That's all I've got today. Have a swell weekend, everybody.