Over at Clarkesworld magazine, I’m interviewed by Jeremy L.C. Jones about Fuzzy Nation, H. Beam Piper, writing and a number of other topics. Jones also has nice things to say about Fuzzy:
Fuzzy Nation is an example of what happens when an established writer takes creative risks—and has a lot of fun doing it. The novel is saturated with respect for Piper, affection for the source material, and an intellectual playfulness. It is charming without being trite; thought-provoking without being didactic.
It’s a fairly long interview, and it has lots of stuff in it, including things that aren’t necessarily spoilers but will give you a hint at some of the changes between the Fuzzy Nation and Little Fuzzy, so if that’s something you don’t want to know (or alternately, do), be aware.