Bookslut interview

The April Issue of Bookslut is live and features Geoffrey H. Goodwin‘s interview of me. Instead of posting an answer and a link, I’ll tease with a few of Geoffrey’s questions:

–Once the copyright runs out and The Little Sleep goes into the public domain, provided the world still exists, for the record, is it okay if people add zombies to it?

–The dad is an important character, in terms of revealing mysteries, but his onstage time is never in the present. Was it tough to have him lurk in the narrative without ever getting to actually talk to his son or for him to actually tell his story?

–Is it true that you’re part of a famous and elitist horror cabal that drinks the blood of its enemies? Because that sounds like a slight exaggeration…


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