David Louis Edelman Interviewed by John Scalzi

June 28th, 2006

Not to detract from Constance’s five- or six-part discussion of vampires, ballet, film, genre, sex, and Buffy… but I thought I’d mention that John Scalzi (author of Hugo and Campbell Award nominee Old Man’s War, as well as The Ghost Brigades) has posted a great interview with me about my just-released novel Infoquake.

Go open the interview up in another browser tab for later perusal (you’re surfing with Firefox, right?) and then go on and read Constance’s posts. That’s an order. :-)

4 Responses to “David Louis Edelman Interviewed by John Scalzi”

  1. Kate Elliotton 28 Jun 2006 at 1:38 pm

    Dave, that’s a very interesting interview.

  2. Constance Ashon 28 Jun 2006 at 3:16 pm

    That’s an interesting interview, Dave.

    How you transformed your real world experience into a work of science fiction was particularly so.

    Love, C.

  3. Carol Bergon 28 Jun 2006 at 4:03 pm

    Cool! It’s fun to get to know you a little better.


  4. Satsukion 10 Oct 2015 at 5:28 pm

    How do you feel about your contemporaries, do you share the same sort of fondam that you witness on your site, or do you keep it a little more cool because you’re in the game?And, what would you have had us ask that we did not? What’s something we should all know or that you like to share?Why don’t east coast writers ever come to the west coast? Not just you, loads of them just circle the Northeast, but I notice Chuck Palahniuk, Christopher Moore, Tom Robbins, and I’m just going to say everybody, goes back east. It’s because we’re a sure thing isn’t it?Okay, I could just keep asking all day, but I’ll make this my last, has a book ever made you cry? Oh, damn that wasn’t my last, if a book wreaked you, which was it?

Trackback URI | Comments RSS

Leave a Reply