Tuesday, October 17, 2006

shots magazine

lots of new interviews up at shots magazine!



shots

John Connolly

Jeffrey Deaver

Christopher Brookmyre and Anne Perry

Anne Frasier :)

and many more!


while you're there, be sure to check out the archives and short stories.


Daniel Hatadi

Steven Torres

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13 comments:

Kelly Parra said...

Wow, really nice! I love how the tone of your interviews are always like you're storytelling. =D

Anne McAllister said...

Great interview, Anne. And yes, I'd already pulled out my Wisconsin map to see where Tuonela was!

M. G. Tarquini said...

Wow, you pulled out your map!?! I don't know ANYBODY who did that?

Or, um...checked Mapquest.

Or, googled every possible way of spelling Tuonela.

*wanders off whistling*

Daniel Hatadi said...

The oldest trick in the book: the whore becomes the pimp!

Thanks for returning the favour, Anne. :)

anne frasier said...

kelly, thanks! i guess that kind of happens with online interviews.

anne: hah!

mindy: double hah!!!

daniel: oh my goodness. :D i loved your shots story.

Daniel Hatadi said...

Phew. So I didn't offend you. I almost deleted it, but then I realised you'd probably get it in your email anyway.

And comedy is all about jeopardy in the end. :)

anne frasier said...

daniel: haha! i laughed out loud when i read it. :D

and now i'm laughing again. funny as hell.

M. G. Tarquini said...

Daniel...you're just about the sweetest guy!

Daniel Hatadi said...

Stop it, you'll make me blush. Must keep my hardboiled crime fiction writer image strong and manly.

Sniff.

anne frasier said...

ah, i'm sensing a new subgenre. what about an anthology called soft hardboiled. the cover would feature a baby teething on a handgun.
it could be a followup to geezer noir.

i just realized i'm not awake enough to be leaving comments.

Jeff said...

Excellent interview, Anne!

anne frasier said...

thanks, jeff! it's pretty exciting to be in shots!

Daniel Hatadi said...

Anne, none of us ever awake when we comment. I do all my commenting in my PJs, zombie-like, which is how I turn up to work every day.