Talking with Robert Jackson Bennett


Hello again! I’ve been busy not blogging. Busy doing what you might ask? Well, talking with Robert Jackson Bennett for one. Here’s the first half of our interview at Malvern Books for their Fantastical Fictions reading series. You can read a bit more about him and this event here. And, not to leave you hanging, here’s the link to the second half of the interview.

It was great fun discussing what goes into crafting great stories and creating imaginary worlds. Having read some of Bennett’s work I can vouch that he is excellent at both. 


His newest book, City of Miracles, is about to drop in May. It is the third book in his Divine Cities series (which means you have time to get up to speed with City of Stairs and City of Blades before spring). BTW, Malvern Books should still have some signed copies of City of Stairs and City of Blades.


If you’re looking for something a little more literary in the great American horror tradition, consider picking up a copy of American Elsewhere. 

“Mad and humorous, gory and poignant, American Elsewhere is a sort of mid-20th-century retelling of the embodiment of Lovecraftian Elder Gods by way of Alamogordo’s legendary atomic tests. It’s not to be missed.”  ―Seattle Times


Let’s see, what else? You can also check out my review of Room Magazine over at The Review Review.


And on the home (fiction) front, I’ll have a short story publication to announce soon. I have also finished a rather involved revision of a novella, which will be on it’s way to some lucky editor before the year is out. Then it is on to/back to ‘the novel.’ More about that in the next post – next Thursday.

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