Interviews

The authors of Beyond the Gate are all over the web, talking about the project! Here are the latest places our authors have been featured.


November 19, 2014

E.W. Pierce, project coordinator, talks with Matt on the New Writer Podcast about how Beyond the Gate came to be, the Engine World shared setting, and his own contribution to the book, before delving into geeky stuff like Firefly/Serenity, Skyrim, tabletop roleplaying games, and Star Wars!


November 17, 2014

Jay Rosenkrantz, author of Bobby Bigsby and the Sky Shawshares his influences, his background working in film, and how a professional poker player becomes a writer.


November 11, 2014

E.W. Pierce, author of Upon a Misty Morning and project coordinator, has a guest post up on Sterling & Stone talking about the process of finding collaborators, and his reaction to getting so many.


November 7, 2014

John McGuire, author of The Secrets of Storytelling, talks about his background in comic books and how it informs his fiction.


November 3, 2014

Cathy Pelham, author of Decision Day, talks about the challenges of writing on an iPad and her ongoing projects.


October 29, 2014

Stacy Claflin, author of Missing Ivy and the cover designer on the project, shares the secrets on being prolific and leveraging social media to grow her fan base.


October 21, 2014

Jamie Maltman, author of Dreaming Mountain, shares information about his Art Reborn series, the strange places he manages to write, and who is favorite Doctor Who is.


October 17, 2014

Amy Schubert, author of Everyday Battles and developmental editor on the book, talks about quitting her day job to follow her passion, her love of historical fiction (including a bizarre factoid about George Washington!), and what it was like editing the entire project.


October 10, 2014

E.W. Pierce, author of Upon a Misty Morning and project coordinator, talks about mining 11 years of unpublished stories for gems, why Star Wars is so important to him, and shares some inside information about how the anthology came to be.

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