Interview up at 3:AM Magazine
An interview with me done by the talented Gregory Frye is now up at 3:AM Magazine. Love 3:AM, they published a story of mine “A Bird in the Hand” last year.
Here’s an excerpt:
Richard Thomas is catching a lot of attention with his debut novel Transubstantiate, a neo-noir thriller mostly set on a mysterious island where nothing is as it seems. The place is inhabited by prisoners who are supposedly part of a rehabilitation experiment, meanwhile most of the global population has been wiped out by plague. The survivors, both on the island and off, truly live up to the label of noir, black, nihilistic. Thomas’ book seems to have come to the front at a time when a lot of readers and writers are starting to ask what neo-noir is all about, how is it defined, and where can we take it.
You left a comment on my blog a year ago and I’m just now seeing it. How did that happen? I see that since then, you’ve been doing some great stuff. I look forward to reading the book.
It happens, no worries. Thanks for the kind words, and hope you enjoy the book! Drop me a line and tell me what you’re up to, what you’re writing and publishing.