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Michael Swanwick Interview, Part 1 - YouTube
Jul 16, 2011 ... Part One of a two-part interview with multi-award winning author Michael Swanwick.
Джеймс Л. Саттер Interview of Michael Swanwick
Because i didnt move fast enough, if it had gone to a full meltdown, i would have died, along with my wife and our infant son. A glance at your bibliography indicates that you are the reverse of prolific indeed, my impression has always been that you are a very deliberate, precise writer, making every word count, able to compress astonishing amounts of material into brief, dense texts. As i recall, a lot of the social systems in that book were strongly coercive and restrictive.
But my intent was quite the opposite to use the fantastic world to examine and critique the real. My intention was to bring space opera, which at that time was looking grey and corpselike, up to date literarily and speculatively, and to this end i employed both cyberpunk and humanist tropes. It may be that im finally getting around, on an unconscious level, to dealing with questions most people sort out at a much younger age.
Similarly, earth is guilty of a hideous crime, and yet her inscrutable intent and subtlety are very much in line with her appearance as the chthonic goddess. Id argue, though, that because its simply not possible to condense so much industrial development into a single lifetime (and i was deliberately vague about exactly how many years faust spends in england, for exactly this reason), is not really an alternate history, but a fable. Which authors in the speculative genres, then, have influenced you particularly, or at least attracted your admiration? Picked me up by the scruff of the neck and shook me and showed me the possibilities inherent in genre when i was sixteen samuel r. It was a startling message to receive from the hindbrain, and i had no idea what it might have meant.
Michael Swanwick interview - a look at the life of Hope Mirrlees ...
Feb 22, 2015 ... Award winning author Michael Swanwick discusses Hope-in-the-Mist, his non- fiction book about the life of Hope Mirrlees. He talks about her ...
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Джеймс Л. Саттер Interview of Michael SwanwickMichael Swanwick interviewed - infinity plus non-fiction
The Literary Alchemist: Michael Swanwick talks to Nick Gevers. ... In this interview , conducted in October and November of 1999, I sought to obtain a fuller ...
Джеймс Л. Саттер Interview of Michael Swanwick
To open a swanwick text is to broach an aesthetic pandoras box fascination and disturbance inevitably and rewardingly follow. Words are treacherous little buggers, and it takes extraordinary care to get them to say and mean what you want them to. In this, i was reacting to the frontier ethos thats endemic in libertarian-flavored sf, and which seems extraordinarily naive to me.
Having once written a novel, i found it possible to write more. Age of enlightenment, of course, and fausts divine discontent looks very different to us from the far side of the holocaust. Undine, all go off to be something else at the end of the story.
I ask this because, when the bureaucrat in encounters the threatening avatar of earth, her action of having devoured her children resonates strongly with the comprise absorbing all earths humans in , i was aware of that as a strong possibility. But my intent was quite the opposite to use the fantastic world to examine and critique the real. Which brings us to the question of how to properly value our fleeting and transitory lives. Both works were strongly influenced by a story which, because it would have entailed enormous work, i never got around to writing.
Interview with Award-Winning Author Michael Swanwick - Amazing ...
Jan 29, 2014 ... Today we are joined by award-winning author Michael Swanwick. Calling Michael an amazing writer undersells the extreme craftsmanship that ...