In this podcast Simon Strantzas talks about The Year’s Best Weird Fiction, Vol. 3, the secret to a good life and the British horror scene.
About Simon Strantzas
- [01:20] The secret to a good life
- [05:10] Goals and aims/ensuring productivity while writing
- [12:40] Morning routines
- [16:00] British horror scene
- [21:00] Benefits of a support network
- [23:00] Intimidating writers
- [25:30] White whales
- [27:30] If your next work was your last, what would you create?
- [28:30] Writers outside genre who have had a big impact
- [30:40] Reading for the year’s best
- [33:45] Fiction and non-fiction recommendations
- [36:42] Advice for writers starting out
- [38:40] Underrated authors
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