special interview

We managed to find a motel offering free internet access, so I’m hopping online long enough to post a link to the unusual interview I mentioned a while back.

Welcome to Cat and Muse, which bills itself as the only Internet talk radio conducted entirely by fictional characters. If you check out that link, you will find not me, but Lady Lune, being interviewed by the ex-succubus Jezebel and Melpomene, the Muse of Tragedy. (Who can speak only in cliches.)

This is probably my favorite interview I’ve done thus far.

0 Responses to “special interview”

  1. d_c_m

    At present, though she is building a list of most impressive obstacles and challenges, they are largely of an external sort, and those I can face with tranquility.”

    Hee hee hee hee heeeee. Excellent interview btw.

  2. kendokamel

    Heehee! That’s great!

  3. Anonymous

    Wanted to let you know that last night was my writers group meeting at the local Barnes & Noble. I found Midnight Never Come on the shelf and pimped it to the group. At least three people oohed over the back cover and said they were adding it to their list to read and one bought a copy. It’s not my usual type of book, but I might just have to make an exception and get a copy of this.

  4. cathschaffstump

    I really enjoy Cat and Muse!


  5. sora_blue

    Squee! I love Cat and Muse interviews. *G*

    Well spoke, Lady Lune.

    • Marie Brennan

      Thank God Jackie was willing to do it in our best attempt at Elizabethan English; I don’t think I could have done it with the tonal whiplash, otherwise.

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