Richard Wright

author of strange, dark fictions


World’s Collider Interview

February 8, 2012 by Richard Wright in Journal, Writing

An exciting thing arrived in my inbox this morning. I can’t tell you much more than that. It’s the sort of exciting thing that might turn out not be a thing at all, or might turn out to be an even more exciting thing later on. So there. This will make sense to jobbing authors of fiction, and possibly no sense whatsoever to everybody else.

Speaking of things that make sense to authors, go and have a read of Chuck Wendig’s 25 Reasons Why Writers Are Bug Fuck Nuts, especially if there is a writer already in your life (or if you are considering adopting one). Very funny indeed, and only a mild exaggeration.

I also submit, for consideration on your reading list, my World’s Collider interview. It was originally supposed to be conducted by editor Richard Salter, but as you can see the man is obsessed with the size of my collider, and was unable to ask even basic questions about anything else. Thankfully, Elise Hattersley saw what was going on and stepped in. We chat about the upcoming World’s Collider anthology, Cuckoo, Hiram Grange, and more. Go see.

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