See her fab interview on AfterEllen.com.
Also interviewed are Val McDermid, Lillian Faderman, Sarah Waters, Karin Kallmaker, Rebecca Walker and half a dozen other seriously fine writers. Go read it.
That's quite an interesting interview site. It has a network feel to it, or an interactive magazine. But one way for sure that it has over the old media is that ability to comment and interact. Speaking of which, I have read several Val McDermid novels and occasionally enjoyed the Wire in the Blood BBC series but apparently never looked at the book jacket. So imagine my surprise to see that Val was a she. Sometimes, as T has pointed out to me, I look too closely at the forest and then wham there I am nose up against a tree.BTW, I'd enjoy hearing Kelley's and your opinion of William Gibson, especially now that I know you ladies are so Sci Fi.
Basically, Gibson changed the sf world. He's good at what he does. But I find myself unable to lose myself in his work. I'm always aware that I'm reading. Why? I don't know. Perhaps he speaks at about six degrees to my plane, or something.