I’m happy to talk about myself for hours on end, if people will listen.
An interview with the Australian Horror Writers Association, before the Australian Shadows Awards were announced.
I’m on the Rack and “On Fiction Writing“, interviewed by Michael Keyton.
Here’s an interview with me at Cosmos Magazine, by Gemma Black.
One of the fabulous things about Worldcon was meeting Mur Lafferty. We talk online a lot and always have lots of fun, and it was great to meet her in person.
Here’s the two of us chatting!
Gary Kemble interviewed me about the Ditmar, and about being a horror writer.
Dark Fiction Review interviewed me about all sorts of things.
South Africa, North America and Australia talk! Here’s me, Lauren Beukes and Mur Lafferty, chatting across the time zones in the Angry Robot Podcast. It’s my first podcast, so be kind.
I have a short blog post up at Dark Fiction Reviews, where guest bloggers are talking about their fave werewolf fiction.
The writer Ben Peek posed all sorts of questions to me over the last week. We’ve known each other for a while and have an easy communication, so this interview was a lot of fun! Ben has a lot of interesting things to say over the rest of his blog, too.
I took part in an SF Signal Mind Meld, answering the question about faves of 2009.
Elizabeth Fitzgerald at Eneit Press interviewed me as part of Women in Horror Month.
Editormum interviews me here as part of the 2010 Australian Spec Fic Snapshot. They interviewed over 80 Australian writers, editors and illustrators!
Bonnie Norman at A Working Title talks to me about my first ever published story.
This is my story about Suva in The Guardian Weekly.
Patrick at Stomping on Yeti lists me amongst his 25 writers to watch.
Peter Tennant at Black Static talks about Women in Horror.
I have an interview up at inTrouble. This is a print mag now online. It’s edited by Steve Proposch, who edited two early stories of mine (“A Positive” and “The Hanging People”) and whom I credit with helping me continue as a writer. He was so encouraging early on, believing in me right from the start.
Harry Markov at Temple Library Review has posted a spooky short interview series, asking horror writers about their early scares. I’m there talking about “The Shining”, but more about the night I first saw it.
Here’s an interview I did with Harry Markov at Temple Library Reviews. I talk about hell and other people.
The World SF News Blog is running a round table discussion about how the environment informs our writing. They’ve asked writers from France (
Aliette de Bodard), Mexico (Silvia Moreno-Garcia), India (Vandana Singh) and of course Fiji/Australia!
Danielle at Opinionated? Me? has posted a review and an interview.
Charles Tan, of Bibliophile Stalker, has an interview up with me here.
Maneesha Karan from the Fiji Times and I had a really interesting talk about Fiji, philosophy and taxi drivers. You can read the result here.
Falcata Times has posted an interview with me and a review of “Slights”. This was an interesting interview in that they ask all writers the same questions. Good to flick back and see what the others said!
The very entertaining and learned Gillian Polack, whose novel “The Art of Effective Dreaming” will be launched very soon indeed, honoured me by asking me to be the first of her guest bloggers at her Food History site. I talk about the food in “Slights”, food in general, and eating. There’s a couple of ripper recipes, too.
I talk to James Whittington over here at Zone Horror.
Luke Forney, at Luke Reviews, has posted his interview with me . I don’t know if it was the offer of cheese biscuits (scroll down to May 26) but we had a fun talk about inspirations, motivations and the Suddenly school of writing.
Rob Hood interviews me here for Undead Backbrain.
Here I am at My Favourite Books.
AsIf (Australian Speculative Fiction In Focus) ran a series of week-long interviews with a variety of editors, writers, illustrators and publishers. The interviews are a great read to get an overview of Australian spec fic publishing.
The AsIf crew, with small help from me, ran the Snapshot again in 2007. This time they asked us all which fictional character we’d like to ‘get it on with’.
Mark Deniz interviewed me on his livejournal.