Kevin Steil over at Airship Ambassador was kind enough to interview me about Clockwork Canada (my process, my goals with the anthology, some notes about stories), my writing, my other editorial projects, and he included other questions about craft, inspiration, and my favourite type of sandwich! It certainly was a thorough interview. You can find it here:
In addition, Kevin will be interviewing all the Clockwork Canada contributors. He’s already posted the interview with Charlotte Ashley here, here, and here. Other contributors will follow shortly.
This weekend is the Ad Astra literary conference in Markham/Richmond Hill/Toronto North (the exact location depends on who you ask, heh) taking place at the Sheraton Parkway North. I’ll be on a few panels, and Clockwork Canada will have a launch party!
How To Put Together an Anthology
- Saturday, April 30, 2016 @12:00, Room Richmond B
- Dominik Parisien, Hayden Trenholm, David Nickle
Crafting a Believable Alternate History
- Saturday, April 30th @ 2pm, Room Richmond B
- Dominik Parisien, Kate Story, Stephen Kotowych, Charlotte Ashley, Jack Whyte
Common Writing Mistakes from an Editor’s Perspective
- Saturday April 30, 2016, @ 4pm, Room Markham B
- Dominik Parisien, Linda Poitevin, Nina Munteanu
The Place of Nostalgia in the Stories We Tell
- Sunday, May 1, @12pm, Room Oakridge
- Dominik Parisien, Timothy Carter
I will also be hosting a Clockwork Canada book launch on Friday, April 29th from 9:00pm-12:00am in the event suite, room 1086. Join us for readings, signing, books, and food and drinks! Joining me will be contributors Charlotte Ashley, Kate Heartfield, Claire Humphrey, and Kate Story!
Clockwork Canada is gearing up for publication, and some new interviews and reviews are just around the corner. I’ll be posting about them soon. In the meantime, here’s something about my own writing!
The table of contents for “Those Who Make Us: Canadian Creature, Myths, and Monsters” edited by Kelsi Morris and Kaitlin Tremblay was announced today. It includes my story “Where Roots and Rivers Run as Veins”, a magic realist tale set in 1840s Peterborough.
I’ll be sharing a ToC with some very fine writers like Corey Redekop, Helen Marshall, Rati Mehrotra, Kate Story, and many others. Very exciting!
Here’s the link to the ToC.
The wonderful Derek Künsken was kind enough to interview me about the Clockwork Canada over at Black Gate (the same place that hosted the official cover reveal for the anthology!). Derek had some great questions. I was able to gush about a few of the stories, and give some context for the project as a whole.
You can find the interview here.