Dave GrossWriter and recovering editor.

Creative Colleagues: Erin Evans

Every now and then, I’ll pester one of my creative colleagues with five questions about his or her work. Most of these folks are friends, a few are secret enemies, and one has been blackmailing me for years. Erin Evans and I were presenters on the same panel at the Writers’ Symposium at Gen Con […]

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Keeping Track of the Count (and Radovan)

Officially, all Pathfinder Tales stories take place in the “ambiguous now.” That’s a literary convenience meant to blunt the feeling that readers must approach the books “in order,” and I support it for that reason. Still, when you write more than one story with characters whose backstories develop over time, chronology becomes important. Thus, from the […]

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Your First Scary Movie or Book

The weather is very October here, and I’m thinking about the approach of my favorite holiday. What’s the first movie, book, or story that scared the hell out of you? I’m not sure that mine are my real firsts, but here are the ones that stuck with me. A story whose author and title I’ve […]

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Creative Colleagues: R.A. Salvatore (Preview)

Every week or so, I’ll pester one of my creative colleagues with five questions about his or her work. Most of these folks are friends, a few are secret enemies, and one has been blackmailing me for years. To most people reading this blog, R.A. Salvatore needs no introduction—but I won’t let that stop me. […]

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