In this podcast Stephen Graham Jones talks about his new novel, Mongrels, story revisions, endings, audio vs. print books and much more.
About Stephen Graham Jones
Stephen Graham Jones is the author of fifteen novels and six collections. He really likes werewolves and slashers. Favorite novels change daily, but Valis and Love Medicine and Lonesome Dove and It and The Things They Carriedare all usually up there somewhere. Stephen lives in Boulder, Colorado. It’s a big change from the West Texas he grew up in. He’s married with a couple kids, and probably one too many trucks.
- [01:00] Interview start/werewolves in Mongrels
- [02:40] Jake Marley, via Patreon, asks about revisions and writing session length
- [05:40] Writing a novel, the timeframe from start to finish
- [09:50] Conflict between what to write and what you should write commercially
- [14:00] Considering self-publishing
- [17:40] Jesse Lawrence, via Patreon, asks about Washed in Blood and the Del Rio sequel
- [23:45] Story endings
- [30:35] Audio vs print book
- [42:00] Advice to eighteen-year-old self
- [43:20] Things to look out for in contracts
- [46:30] Books on writing
- [52:00] Pickles
- [57:50] Connect with Stephen Graham Jones
- [59:40] Final thoughts
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