A review and an interview (hey, that rhymes!)

–From Charles Tan’s review of In the Mean Time:

Considering the quality of Tremblay’s short fiction, a collection like In The Mean Time is long overdue. There are a handful of authors which I consider are the “writer’s writer”: Jeffrey Ford, Jeff VanderMeer, Kij Johnson, Mary Robinette Kowal. Paul Tremblay easily belongs to that list, and this book proves it.

–From my Hellnotes (Ty Schemberger) interview:

“No, really. We’re still like the neanderthals watching some unlucky sap from our clan get chomped by a tiger as a way of learning and remembering to try and avoid the tiger: it’s a see-a-dire-situation-and-learn-from-it thing that’s hardwired in us. It’s why people will sit around and talk about their zombie or apocalyptic contingency plans, right?”

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