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Russell T Davies Interview

First published in End of Term magazine (Winter 2006). What does your ‘average’ day involve? There’s no such thing, really. On an average writing day I start at about 10 o’clock in the morning and I just carry on writing till about three o’clock the next morning. But when I’m producing at the same time, […]

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Hal Duncan Interview

Edited version published in Dreamwatch, Issue 144, September 2006 How long did it take to write Vellum? All in, it took about ten years of writing, but for the most part of that, to be honest, I didn’t actually realise I was writing the book. It started out as a bunch of short stories and novellas with […]

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James Patterson Interview

Originally published in Interzone, Issue 206  Why did you decide to write novels aimed at younger readers? Well, I don’t think it’s a secret that most kids these days aren’t reading a whole lot, and I think we do a disservice to books and reading when we just throw up our hands about the situation. We […]

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