I started my series of interviews with the people behind the science fiction and fantasy sites on December 20 last year. The response has been good, but perhaps the very first posts in the series were under-viewed at a time when many readers were rightly thinking of holidays and food.
That is a shame, as my first guest was John DeNardo of 3-time Hugo-winning site SF Signal. Therefore, I am re-blogging John’s interview to give readers another chance to appreciate the insights of a very experienced and highly regarded person in the genre community.
Welcome to a new regular feature of interviews with the people behind the science fiction and fantasy blogs and zines that we all read and enjoy so much.
My first guest is John DeNardo, Managing Editor of SF Signal, a speculative fiction blog that has been sharing news, reviews, interviews and lots of other fun stuff for genre fans since 2003. SF Signal is a three-time Hugo Award winner: twice for Best Fanzine and once for Best Fancast. John is also a weekly contributor to Kirkus Reviews Blog, where he writes articles aimed at the mainstream reading masses who don’t realize how much they’d love reading science fiction and fantasy. In between writing articles and editing posts from SF Signal’s spectacular army of contributors, John has been known to fawn over bagels.
SCy-Fy: John, thanks for agreeing to be my first guest. Tell me about a typical blogging day.
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