"But the impulse to create and make and dream is still with us. It doesn’t go away. It just waits, patiently, for us to find a way back to it again. For some adults, it happens through art classes or music lessons. For me, it was through NaNoWriMo. However you get back there, it just feels pretty incredible when you arrive."
Regi Claire A Wee Bit Supernatural: Scottish Novelist Regi Claire Interviewed by Ann Cefola
"I tend not to analyze my work because I am a bit superstitious: too much awareness might interfere with my imagination, kill it stone-dead."
Robert J. Sawyer Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer Shares His Process and Writerly Wisdom
Interviewed by Gene Wilburn
“…the tiny, character-driven bits, the quieter scenes, the epiphanies, are often what the reader remembers most; they’re the heart and soul of your writing…”
—Robert J. Sawyer