In which I am interviewed by P. Rose Copeland
To all of you who may or may not have been waiting with bated breath for me to make good on the author interview series I started making noise about last month, the not-actually-that-long wait is over!
Author Misha Burnett is the first to be kind enough to submit to my tedious questioning. His debut novel has been at the center of quite the bit of scuttlebutt around the WordPress community, and when I read Catskinner’s Book I found out why. The story following James and Catskinner is unexpected in those better ways that writers often try for but almost as often can’t quite manage: the traditional story elements are all there, but the approach–from the punchy writing style to the crookedly likable characters–offers a nice twist of flavor without killing the mood by going fully experimental. Think equal parts cozy mystery, detective crime thriller, and urban Lovecraftian fantasy horror with…
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