Eight Questions: Interview With Richard Brown

Richard Brown is a full-time author and part-time podcast host. He enjoys candlelight dinners, long walks on the beach, and the occasional Nicolas Cage movie. What is your daily creative routine like? I would say there is nothing routine about it. Managing my time has never been something I’ve excelled at. Ideally (which means when […]

Eight Questions: Interview With Garrett Robinson

Garrett Robinson is an indie filmmaker, writer, and YouTuber who came onto our radar as a caller back in the first year of The Self-Publishing Podcast. He’s also been a great part of what you see here at Sterling & Stone, creating a lot of the videos you’ve seen, including the Fiction Unboxed stuff and the […]

Eight Questions: Interview With Kevin Maxon

Editor’s Note: As I said when I started the Eight Question series, I wanted to interview artists of all types — including writers, illustrators, musicians, and others whose work I find inspiring. I’m thrilled to feature our first video game designer, Ice Water Games Founder Kevin Maxon. I found Eidolon after reading a piece on indie […]

Eight Questions: Interview With Austin Kleon

Austin Kleon is the New York Times bestselling author of three illustrated books: Steal Like An Artist (Workman, 2012) is a manifesto for creativity in the digital age; Show Your Work!  (Workman, 2014) is a guide to sharing creativity and getting discovered; and Newspaper Blackout (Harper Perennial, 2010) is a collection of poetry made by redacting words from newspaper articles with a permanent […]

Eight Questions: Interview with Tim Gibson

Tim spent three years illustrating worlds, characters and monsters for Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson, with film credits including Tintin, District 9 and Avatar to his name. Moth City is the project he’s been secretly working on along the way, and was named as one of Comixology’s top comics of 2013. He does strange things […]

Eight Questions: Interview With Carl Sinclair

Carl Sinclair spent several years working in software engineering, insurance, and being a chef. After years of changing careers to find something that fit, he decided to follow his passion for writing. He currently lives in Perth, Australia. Sixth Cycle –  (on pre order now) Pandora’s Gate: Origins (coming soon) twitter – @carlsin81 facebook What is your daily […]

Eight Questions: Interview with Rysa Walker

RYSA WALKER grew up on a cattle ranch in the South, where she read every chance she got. On the rare occasion that she gained control of the television, she watched Star Trek and imagined living in the future, on distant planets, or at least in a town big enough to have a stop light. […]

8 Questions with Lexi Maxxwell

Please tell us a bit about yourself. I keep a low profile on purpose (my mom and dad don’t know about “Lexi” and wouldn’t approve!), so I’ll have to answer this kinda sideways. Let’s just say that I’m a girl who’s on the youngish side (but not as young as I used to be) who […]

Eight Questions: Interview with Jenny Lawson (The Bloggess)

Jenny Lawson is a columnist, blogger and #1 NYT best-selling author. Her personal blog (www.thebloggess.com) is extremely popular although no one knows why exactly. She’s been featured on Gawker, Salon.com, Mashable, Babble, The London Times, The Washington Post, People, O Magazine, CNN, Time Magazine, The Today Show. MSNBC calls her an “internet rockstar” and Forbes […]

Eight Questions: Interview With Michael Goldberg

Michael Goldberg was a Senior Writer at Rolling Stone for a decade and wrote for Esquire, downbeat, Wired, Details, NME, British Mirabella, Creem, Crawdaddy, New York Rocker and many other publications. Goldberg founded the first web rock ‘n’ roll magazine in ’94, Addicted To Noise. Newsweek called him an “internet visionary.” Goldberg was editor-in-chief of SonicNet in the late […]