It was such a pleasure to talk to Jeanne Kolker about god-thing and All Kinds of Hell. She wrote a lovely article, and I was so delighted.
I've been interviewed twice in the last several weeks and both experiences have been great, but I always find myself a little anxious until the other shoe drops--the actual publication of the article.
It's not fair of me to anticipate that an editor will go Rita Skeeter on me, (I'm not at all as important as The Boy Who Lived), but I can't help being a little anxious.
There was no reason to fear, however! Ms. Kolker wrote about D. Gabaldon's praise of god-thing, my inspirations for the stories, and Frozen Dead Guy Days. (I hear that John Oliver recently riffed on FDGD at his recent appearance here in Madison. Wow! How culturally competent am I?!)
Ms. Kolker, writing about "Frozen Stiff" (a take-off on FDGD) sayd, "it’s a story with real-world elements that are perhaps more than a little askew, the perfect fit for her brand of fiction.
Hee hee! "More than a little askew"--I like that very much.