In this podcast Caitlin Starling talks about first round edits, sci-fi horror, A Human Project, and much more.
Caitlin Starling is a writer of horror-tinged speculative fiction and interactive media. She is based out of Portland, Oregon. Her first novel, The Luminous Dead, comes out from Harper Voyager on April 2, 2019. She tweets at @see_starling. You can find links to her work and ongoing projects at www.caitlinstarling.com.
Original photo credit: © Beth Olson Creative 2017
- [03:10] First round of edits for The Luminous Dead
- [28:25] Unfortunate teenage situations
- [30:35] Identity, handles, and names on the Internet and social media use
- [42:50] Attention in 2019: blogging, YouTube, podcasting
- [46:45] Sci-fi/horror considerations for The Luminous Dead
- [51:50] Next book ‘magic and maths’
- [57:20] Writing process
- [01:05:05] A Human Project in New York
- [01:14:00] Connect with Caitlin
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