Interviews and Interrogations
The Washington Post profiles Hate! cartoonist Peter Bagge, focusing on his current work for the magazine Reason.
Comic Book Resources infiltrated a Comic-Con panel with Matt Wagner talking about 25 years of Grendel – and they report back what they learned.
Wizard interviews Mouse Guard creator David Petersen.
Heidi MacDonald video-interviews Scott McCloud, creator of Making Comics (and, of course, Zot!).
The Orange County Register talks to Kevin J. Anderson about Slan Hunter, the novel he completed from A.E. Van Vogt’s outline and incomplete draft.
Forbes quotes from a USA Today interview with J.K. Rowling, in which she mentions that she’s already working on two non-fantasy projects – one for children and one for adults.
Time magazine profiles the suddenly ubiquitous Neil Gaiman.
The Boston Globe profiles local writer Sarah Beth Durst, author of the new young adult fantasy novel Into the Wild.
SciFi Wire also talked to Sarah Beth Durst.
SciFi Wire’s crack West Coast operation has the scoop on Beowulf from Neil Gaiman (see? the ubiquitous thing?) and Roger Avary.
The Small World Podcast interviews Kay Kenyon.