A friend told me I was being too “journalistic” when answering interview questions about
Pretty Much True… .
“You wrote a fictional story in which the characters and actions were different but the feelings and the fear were the same. Get PERSONAL.”
I never wanted to do that before, because I wanted to emphasize that the overall feeling of the experience, not my experience but the experience, was what was important. But she made me see that one experience, the story, wouldn’t exist without the other, the reality. Continue reading
Everything I know about superheroes (and whatever the Transformers are) came from movies. I’ve watched Spiderman, Superman, Batman, X-Men, and the Green Lantern, but I never read superhero comics as a kid. I was an Archie girl. Continue reading
Craig Lancaster’s short story collection, Quantum Physics and the Art of Departure, releases today. I invited Craig to contribute a guest post so you can learn a little bit about the book & then head over to order a copy. – Kris
QUANTUM PHYSICS AND THE ART OF OVERCOMING DESPAIR
by Craig Lancaster Continue reading