Interview: Liz Williams

Cheryl Morgan talks to author Liz Williams during the 2011 Eastercon in Birmingham.

Here are some links arising from the interview.

The books mentioned in the interview are:

The Inspector Chen novels are now available from Morrigan Books.

More information about Liz’s forthcoming Worldsoul series can be found here.

Cheryl reviewed Catherynne M. Valente’s The Habitation of the Blessed here.

The website of Liz’s witchcraft shop (and her other businesses) is here.

About the Interviewee

Liz Williams

Liz Williams is a science fiction and fantasy writer living in Glastonbury, England, where she is co-director of a witchcraft supply business. She is the secretary of the Milford SF Writers’ Workshop, and also teaches creative writing and the history of Science Fiction.

Her novels, The Ghost Sister, Empire of Bones and Banner of Souls have all been short listed for the Philip K. Dick Award. Banner of Souls was also a finalists for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, while Darkland was nominated for the British Science Fiction Association Award.

 

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