This interview with Nina Post has some great answers and writing tips embedded in an entertaining blog post. Enjoy! (Reblogged with permission)
Before I went to Norwescon this year I picked out a few authors whose readings I wanted to attend. Nina Post amused me with her title. Then she amused me with her reading. I saved her book for my vacation. I’m glad I did.
It’s easy to find a book amusing while on vacation, everything is so much more laid back. But I have to say Last Condo Board was fab, even by non vacation standards. It’s hard to explain exactly what I want this to mean, but I’ll try anyway. The Last Condo Board of the Apocalypse is complicated in a way that makes you not realize how complicated it is until you look back at it. While I was reading it was smooth and amusing and smartly written. And then when it was done, I was like damn, I have to think about all that, it was so…
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