Interview With The Author: John Altman by John Dwaine McKenna Our conversation this week is with John Altman, the best-selling author of False Flag, the spy thriller that’s reviewed in Mysterious Book Report No. 322. Thanks for speaking with us today. I know you’re busy so let’s get to it. Our first question is: How did your first book get published? How long did it take? It took thirteen
Michael Kardos - MSU Professor of Creative Writing(photo by Megan Bean / Mississippi State University) Interview With The Author: Michael Kardos by John Dwaine McKenna With many thanks, our interview this week is with Michael Kardos, the Pushcart Prize- winning author of Bluff, who holds degrees from Princeton, Ohio State, and the University of Missouri. He lives in Mississippi, where he teaches creative writing at Mississippi State.
Here’s our next author interview with Gray Basnight, writer of Flight of the Fox, along with an excerpt to whet your appetite for more of this timely and thrilling novel. Interview With The Author 1. Why do you write? It’s an important question that, in some ways, is unanswerable. Why artists and writers are compelled to create is elusive, but I feel compelled to do it and with
Hello, to all of you out there in the electronic haze, and Welcome, to our newest feature here at the Mysteriousbookreport.com . . . . Author Interviews. In this space we’ll be featuring the insights, thoughts, writing tips and news about forthcoming books from some of the authors whose works have been reviewed in the MBR. We’re excited to have Claire Gem—a lady with a whole lotta moxie, an