I had no idea what that book was actually about, or any notion of characters beyond September and the Green Wind. But the book as it exists in the world of Palimpsest presented certain rules, and I always find it wonderful to write confined to a set of rules.
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Rachel Swirsky was nominated for her novelette “A Memory of Wind”. Instead of asking that tired question of why you became a writer, I’m curious if there were ever any moments in your writing career where you were tempted to set it aside for a while and do something else? If so, what kept you [...]
Cherie Priest was nominated for her novel Boneshaker. How long did it take you to write Boneshaker? When did you first get the idea? Could you tell us about the writing process? All in all, I guess it took about five months – at least for the first draft. The idea didn’t strike me like [...]