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Be afraid. I'm back to asking nosy questions again, and this time I'm armed with a video camera.  And you thought the Rapture was scary.
My first video interview from behind the camera is now live at BuzzyMultimedia.com.  Carole Nelson Douglas has been writing top flight science fiction and fantasy--to say nothing of her tales of Las Vegas's only cat PI--for thirty years.  In her Buzzy interview, the focus is on her Delilah Street Paranormal Mysteries.  But don't worry.  There are lots of entertaining feline detours along the way.  (Duz said it was vital to mention this point, and who am I to argue with the Feline Overlord?)
More interviews with wonderful writers are in the pipeline--folks like Connie Willis, Joe Haldeman and Michael Swanwick--along with a few surprises.  Meanwhile, my next job is finishing a short story and posting my Balticon photos.  Between the Nebula Awards Weekend and Balticon, it's been a fun couple of weeks.  But now it's back to work.
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I know, two posts in a single week.  Try not to die of shock.  ;-)

I posted
my photos of Nebula Weekend on Flickr.  I wanted to get them done before heading to Balticon.  They're smaller than usual.  Next time I won't resize in Corel Paint, but I have the full-size originals if anyone is interested.  Besides they're big enough to see the smiles.

When I get back from Balticon, I'll be working pedal to the metal on a fiction deadline as well as on a spate of video interviews for Buzzy Multimedia.  Yes, me, making movies.  Mwahahaha! 

I turned in the first, an interview with
Carole Nelson Douglas (the Delilah Street paranormal mystery series, among many, many others) on Tuesday.  It should air in a few days.  Next up will be the interviews I recorded at the Nebulas: Connie Willis (this year's winner for best novel--I think Connie owns more Nebulas thany anyone), John Scalzi, Joe Haldeman, Mary Robinette Kowal and Chris Claremont.

Who knows who'll find themselves in my lens in Balticon?  Be afraid.  Be very afraid.

But don't forget to attend my
panels!
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Not an interview with me (hey, I heard that sigh of relief!) but the latest in my six-part series of interviews with vampire authors at Buzzy Multimedia. Today's victim--er, subject is Jeri Smith-Ready, author of the WVMP series about vampire DJs and lots more. You'll like it. Jeri's as much fun as her books.
Cheers!
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LJ's [livejournal.com profile] andpuff  is the featured author in this week's "The Vampires Of" interview at Buzzy Multimedia. Check it out.  This is definitely one of my favorites of the series.  Tanya's comments and stories always make me smile.
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The good folks at Buzzy Multimedia have published the second in my series of vampire-related interviews. This one features top Ace Books editor Ginjer Buchanan. Enjoy!
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For those of you who like it when I wear my reporter hat, I've started a new mini-series at Buzzy Multimedia: "The Vampires Of..." The first installment features the delightful Rachel Caine, with a photo of her and her husband R. Cat. Enjoy!

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