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Christopher Kastensmidt in Author Spotlight of Unreliable Authors

Christopher was recently interviewed by the amazing team from Unreliable Authors Podcast. Both Christopher and the whole team are graduates of the Viable Paradise writer’s workshop, and one of them, Catherine Schaff-Stump, interviewed Christopher way back in 2012, at Writer Tamago, which only makes the moment even more special, seeing how far everything has come along.

The podcast is almost an hour long, and delves into Brazilian speculative fiction and the Elephant and Macaw Banner series. You can check it out here.

Many thanks to the Unreliable Narrators team: Catherine SchaffStump, Chia Evers, Christopher Cornell, and George Galuschak!


Interview at SF SIGNAL

Long-time SF journalist Carl Slaughter gave me a wonderful interview over at SF Signal.

From the interview:

“On the outside, these stories are about the duo overcoming legendary dangers through friendship, intelligence and courage, but on the inside, they’re about bridging cultural chasms through those same virtues.”

I’m a huge fan of SF Signal and it was a great honor to participate in this interview. My thanks to Carl and I hope all of you enjoy it!


Interview with Christopher

Christopher has appeared, recently, in an interview. There’s surely quite some things you may want to learn about him, and you may find below just what you want to know. Christopher talks about The Elephant and Macaw Banner, his experience with this project, some past works, the writing process, etc.

You can read it all here, in Sense of Wonder.

Sense of Wonder

Thank you, Odo!