Deborah J. Brannon

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Deborah J. Brannon (codename: Geek Dame) spends her days in Atlanta fighting crime with her husband, with nights and weekends dedicated to scribbling furiously and watching more television than is strictly healthy. Her articles and reviews have appeared in Faerie Magazine , Stone Telling, and Cabinet des Fées , while her original work can be found in Human Tales (editor: Jennifer Brozek), Scheherezade's Bequest , and more.

An Interview with Patricia A. McKillip (October 2008)


In October 2008, I had the pleasure of interviewing Patricia A. McKillip for a special edition of Green Man Review. Below, please find the interview – my questions are in bold face, while Patricia’s responses are in normal type.


 Several of your novels can be called literary fairy tales: lovely narratives that interweave fairy tale tropes...

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“Fairy tales were not my escape from reality as a child; rather, they were my reality -- for mine was a world in which good and evil were not abstract concepts, and like fairy-tale heroines, no magic would save me unless I had the wit and heart and courage to use it widely.”
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“Good evening, gentlemen!' said the vampire. 'Please pay attention. I am a reformed vampire, which is to say, I am a bundle of repressed instincts held together with spit and coffee. It would be wrong to say that violent, tearing carnage does not come easily to me. It's not tearing your throats out that doesn't come easily to me. Please don't make it any harder.”
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