Tricking the Devil: Stephanie Buosi Interview Up

This morning’s email brought the announcement, from HOW TO TRICK THE DEVIL Editor Stephanie Buosi, that her interview of me (cf. Novembe+-+51233190_140r 10) is now up and available under the title “James Dorr, Author of Tears of Isis, talks Inspiration, and the Life of a Full Time Writer.”  Well, maybe that “full time writer” requires a tad of nuance, but it’s in the interview which can be read by pressing here.  Not to mention, to also find out about such lore as the attraction of “the dark,” juxtaposition of ideas, the origins of “Lobster Boy and the Hand of Satan,” and even a small lagniappe from my poetry book VAMPS (A RETROSPECTIVE).

  1. A most enjoyable (as usual) and informative (also expected) interview, Jim! Do you ever have days when you just don’t feel like writing? What then? Read or watch a vampire movie?

  2. Hey Marge, more and more days when I don’t feel like writing (though sometimes I do anyway). For stories at least I usually like to have a block of several hours ahead of me so, especially when I was working for IU, I mostly wrote on weekends, while daytime evenings were spent on things like marketing. Nowadays, sometimes it’s take a nap : )= (Also reading, of course, as well as the occasional vampire movie. And, hey, happy birthday to Boris Karloff — just noted it on Facebook myself)

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