My interview with Hugo winner Christopher J Garcia of, among others, Journey Planet was published on 22 December 2014 and was perhaps a little overlooked due to the Holidays.
To give readers another chance to share in Chris’ insights, I am re-blogging the interview.
Welcome to another of my series of interviews with the people behind the science fiction and fantasy blogs and zines.
My guest today isChristopher J Garcia, co-editor of The Drink Tank (Hugo winner for Best Fanzine in 2011, and 7-time nominee) with James Bacon and Vanessa Applegate, Journey Planet with James Bacon and various others (http://journeyplanet.weebly.com), and Klaus at Gunpoint with Vanessa Applegate (http://klausatgunpoint.weebly.com). Chris also blogs for the @CHM blog (http://computerhistory.org/atchm) and writes for anyone who’ll let him! He’s been a Best Fanwriter nominee seven times, and is a filmmaker and curator.
SCy-Fy: Chris, you write in so many different contexts – how do you organise your writing?
CJG: There is no such thing as a typical writing day for me! I tend to write at any moment I have a chance, no matter where I am. I write a lot at work as a way of staying…
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