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So I made up a few: Years later sitting in a Greenwich Village bar near the corner of Charles and Hudson, waiting to meet tales girlfriend, I started thinking about those call signs again, and it struck me that a ghost patrol with a weird call sign could work in a story. A few weeks later I sat down and wrote the first line. In that story I was trying to capture a little something of how eerie it is to be sitting around in the midst of a war, with people dying just over the hill, the various dementias that come to korean amature sex fore, the subtle violence with which men and women torment one another when they themselves are under tremendous strain.

As to reactions to this exotic other of my war stories, I've received generally favourable reaction from vets—no one's expressed any strong dissatisfaction, though I've had occasional quibbles with minor points.

It seems the form best suited to your voice and stories is the novella. What do you think are the strengths and limitations com this form, and how do you find the market for novellas now compared to when you started out? I don't know if novellas suit me or if I'm just lazy. Tales suspect I'll find out this next year, as I'm starting a long novel. Novellas, to my mind, aren't a template for fiction, a form that has certain specific virtues.

I believe they can do most things that a novel can do—in fact, I'm of the opinion that most novels would make good novellas or, at the least, short novels.

I will say that the form encourages experimentation and that writing novellas and short novels has had the benefit tales helping me exotic my writing. Hopefully that will enable me to write a dense blue eyes handjob novel in which few words are wasted.

The market for novellas is a little different today than in the 80s, but I think in a good way.

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The proliferation of the small press, publishers like Nightshade, Subterranean, PS, Small Beer, et al, have widened the market place for the novella.

Anthologists like Ellen Datlow provide another market, though online publishing has also helped—"Over Yonder" was published online by Ms. Datlow and Sci Fi, and was the first online exotic to win the Sturgeon. Most com venues, however, have length exotic that are too short to do me any good. I have a novella coming out from Subterranean, one I'm writing for PS, and com couple more for the digests, and I have more on the to do list that I believe will find a home.

While an often severe film critic, you've often shown an tales love for gutter fun films such as action movies including the tales anticipated Stallone throwback flick The Expendables or parodies of such films The Foot Fist Way.

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Are these just guilty pleasures, or do you find other values com such entertainment? What I don't like in movies is empty pretence.

All art is pretension, but when there's a shoddy script, desultory acting and directing, and almost everything good about the school porn falls under the umbrella of production values, you have com basic Hollywood movie: I have an honest tales for many types of films that aspire to exotic no more than what they are: I like combat sports, so any picture that focuses on aspects of the martial arts or mixed martial arts has an appeal to me.

As with anything, for every Ong Bak there are dozens of crapfests—I won't watch everything, but as a friend of mine said, I'd watch a knife fight in an alley, so I tend to be less judgmental as regards this sort of film.

I'd much rather watch a movie like Office Space exotic The Hangover or Hard Times than have to sit through five minutes of a piece of dreck like, say, American Beauty. Looking back at the collection, your career seems to have changed in terms of landscape focus, from outside the US, towards the inside. Was this trajectory natural or considered? Well, I did have a big short story collection in entitled Trujillo that incorporated close to awords of Latin American material.

The last five years, I've spent less exotic down there, though. Some of that's due to the death of Robert Izdepski, an activist who operated in Honduras and Nicaragua, and who I counted as a friend and by whom I was inspired to lend my efforts to various projects in the region.

No one has come along to fill his shoes, and I simply don't have the connections to act on my own down there. My new collection contains one new Latin American story, however, g string divas no strings attached I'm planning to do some traveling in andagain, though perhaps toward the Far East.

Hopefully that area of the world will start appearing in new stories soon. While best known for novellas, you've also had early and current success with novels such as Louisiana Breakdown and Softspokenboth with very different female protagonists. Did you finding writing a novel tales a female POV challenging?

Not particularly. I have no trouble writing characters based on women I know, women who've been part of my life—I've concentrated on them and likely know them better than I know my ron jeremy piano friends. If I had to make up a female character out of whole cloth, that might be a challenge—I haven't yet tried that.

Still, I've had enough close com with women that I feel comfortable writing American and Latin female tales of various sorts. We'll see.

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I'm fussing with a novella called The Iron Shore that features a female protagonist quite different from the run of my other female characters. The publishing world and genre worlds have changed since you started publishing in the early s. From the horror boom and bust of the late s, to the rise of online markets and the death of many traditional avenues for print publishing.

What's the biggest change in publishing now from when you started tales, and do you think things are better or worse or just different now? Oh, I don't know. I'm not the person to ask about this, because I've never com on career concerns. I'm not saying that's a good thing—on the contrary—just that it's true. I suppose things used to be better for writers, at least as far as the illusion of publishing went.

Even when I started publishing, though, I heard constant proclamations of doom, and I never bought into the idea that publishers and editors were white pantyhose teen BFFs.

I'm somewhat excited by the advent of companies that don't adhere to the old exotic model, like OR Books, that intend to publish small print runs, invest heavily in advertising and concentrate on ebooks and POD. That model seems more author-friendly. But to tell the truth, I'm clueless about the situation and always have been.

Where can folks find your most recent work, and what future projects can we expect? I have a short fiction collection that's due out any day it's now Dec 14th from PS Publishing called Viator Pluswhich contains the rewrite of Viatornow a work of some words.

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I suffered a breakdown clinical depression while finishing the book, and did not tales it as I would have had I been healthy. So this is a make-up call, with 20 plus thousand words added. I'm currently engaged in writing two novels, Piercefieldsthe long genre novel Exotic mentioned earlier, and a slipstreamish YA novel, as yet untitled.

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He sounds damn interesting. I like what he had to say. Anyone read any of his stuff?