Tim Powers discusses his afterword to the new Baen edition of Robert A. Heinlein's Waldo and Magic, Inc. on The Baen Free Radio Hour, a weekly podcast of Baen news, contests, suggestions for developing writers and readers, and discussions with a galaxy of authors, artists, and scientists. Visit The Baen Free Radio Hour, look for the issue labelled BFRH 2014 04 11: Heinlein Series: Tim Powers on Waldo and Magic, Inc. and Hard Magic Part 2 and you can listen to the episode, download the MP3 or subscribe to the series on iTunes.
Category Archive: 'Interviews'
Posted by: Rodger on July 3rd, 2013 at 11:44
Posted in: Interviews
Emilie P. Bush of Steampunk Chronicle talks to Tim Powers about his early books and the craft of writing, his teaching and a number of other topics.
Steampunk Chronicle Interview
On May 16, 2013, Tim Powers did a live question & answer session on Reddit.com. You can view the results at Hello, people, I'm author Tim Powers — AMA.
Speculate! is a podcast for writers, readers, and fans, run by Gregory A. Wilson and Bradley P. Beaulieu. Episode 75 features an interview with Tim Powers with a look into both his process of writing novels and how he wrote Hide Me Among The Graves. This podcast is middle of three episodes which feature Tim. Episode 74 is a review of the book and Episode 76 (posted on the 15th of May 2013) will feature a a discussion of some of the specific writing techniques used in Hide Me Among The Graves. You can listen to the podcasts on the site (linked here) or download the MP3s and play them at your convenience.
Posted by: Rodger on May 2nd, 2013 at 13:53
Posted in: Interviews
In October 2012, Tim Powers was the Science Fiction Guest of Honor at San Diego Comic Fest, held at the Town and Country Resort and Convention Center. He did an interview with Paul M. Sammon.
San Diego Comic Fest Interview with Tim Powers
MythBehaving plans to spotlight guests from all parts of the publishing industry: authors, publishers, agents, editors, artists and others. Their first guest interview is with Tim Powers. For more information and to listen to/download the podcast, visit MythBehaving: Tim Powers.
Protecting Project Pulp has produced a podcast that includes a Tim Powers interview by host Dave Robison and editor Fred Himebaugh. There you'll find an audio version of Tim's story, The Way Down the Hill. The tale was first published in the December 1982 edition of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, done as a chapbook by Axolotl Press along with "The Pink of Fading Neon" by James P. Blaylock and later reprinted in Strange Itineraries. For more information and to listen to/download the podcast, visit Protecting Project Pulp No. 14: Tim Powers.
Rick Kleffel of The Agony Column met with Tim to talk about Hide Me Among the Graves. He recorded the interview and you can listen to a MP3 version of their chat. It is linked on this page of The Agony Column site or, if you're daring, you can go directly to the MP3 file.
Mark O'Bannon of the Better Storytelling Blog talked to Tim Powers about the secrets of storytelling by published authors.