Sunday, April 14, 2013

SFFWRTCHT: A Chat With Author of Impulse and Jumper - Steven Gould

"SFFWRTCHT: When did you decide to become a storyteller and how did you get your start? SG: When I was nineteen, I observed a Turkey City Writer’s workshop with Harlan Ellison, Keith Laumer, Howard Waldrop, Bruce Sterling. I started my first story right then, on the back of a Con Program. It got me a personal rejection from Ben Bova at Analog. SFFWRTCHT: How’d you learn craft? Trial and error? Formal study? Workshops? SG: Some peer level workshops later but trial and not too much error first. Sold my second story to Analog." 4 out of 5 http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2013/04/sffwrtcht-a-chat-with-steven-gould-author-of-impulse-and-jumper/

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