In cooperation with the strikingly beautiful and talented people behind ChiZine Publications (and on a side note: ginormous congrats to ChiZine founders Brett Savory and Sandra Kasturi on their recent World Fantasy Award win!), Next week I’ll begin posting what I’ve uncreatively coined The Licence Expired Interviews, a series of electronic chats with some of the many brilliant contributors to the published-next-week Licence Expired: The Unauthorized James Bond.
Authors being interviewed include:
- Jacqueline Baker (story: “One is Sorrow”)
- Madeline Ashby (co-editor)
- E.L. Chen (story: “Half the Sky”)
- Claude Lalumière (story: “You Never Love Once”)
- Kelly Robson (story: “The Gladiator Lie”)
- Karl Schroeder (story: “Mosaic”)
- Richard Lee Byers (story: “Red Indians”)
- James Alan Gardner (story: “The Spy Who Remembered Me”)
- Ian Rogers (story: “Two Graves”)
- Me (duh) (story: “Not an Honourable Disease”)
- David Nickle (co-editor)
I hope you’ll get a kick out of the chats, where they’ll each discuss their relationship with James Bond. You’ll learn such fascinating tidbits as:
- which author hates On Her Majesty’s Secret Service!
- which author loves Die Another Day!
- who should play Bond next!
- why Bond is a misogynistic creep!
- which author loves On Her Majesty’s Secret Service!
- which author hates Die Another Day!
- and so much more!
So please join us, won’t you? Also, if you’re in the Toronto area next week, be sure to catch the official launch!
Purchase your own copy of Licence Expired (you know you want one) at: