Misha Burnett kindly posted this interview with me on his site.
Tom Lichtenberg is an independent writer and blogger, and I am personally a big fan of his work. His blog is Pigeon Weather Productions, where he ruminates on a wide variety of subjects, and also promotes his extensive catalog of books. A few months ago he interviewed me, and I so I asked him if he’d let me interview him.
Without further ado:
You have quite an extensive catalog, dozens of self-published works of various lengths, and I’ll confess that I have only read a few so far. However, much of what I have read seems to be in the tradition of the New Wave Science Fiction of the 1960’s and 1970’s, writers like George Alec Effinger, Phillip Dick, Norman Spinrad, Robert Anson Wilson, and Kilgore Trout. Do you consider your work to be part of a literary tradition? Do you consider any of the authors I’ve mentioned to be an…
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