See Me Interview Joe Hill For Booktalk Nation, April 11, 7pm EST

Joe Hill, of course, the author of Heart-Shaped Box, Horns (currently being made into a movie with Daniel Radcliffe) and the upcoming novel NOS4A2, which I am currently reading and is hella good, y’all. We’ll be talking about writing and books and music and ponies and life, more or less. Probably not too much about ponies. But it’s going to be a good time. And it will be done in Google Hangout form, and you can be part of it.

Here are the details and also where you can sign up. Don’t miss this; we’re gonna have fun.

12 Comments on “See Me Interview Joe Hill For Booktalk Nation, April 11, 7pm EST”

  1. katyasozaeva – Athens, GA 30605 – Love animals, interested in a lot of things, obsessive bibliophile; check out my blog Now is Gone at

    Oh, man… I probably can’t be there live, but will it be archived for us to check out later? I love his books and can’t WAIT to see that movie!

  2. Tsk, taunting us with your reading a pre-release book.

    However it did motivate me to look at Hill’s other offerings and notice that both HEART-SHAPED BOX and HORNS are each currently for sale on Kindle for $2! Score!

  3. Rachel – Software engineer from Seattle, working on instant messaging for my day job. Also a dressage rider and freelance photographer outside of work, as well as an aspiring writer. Sometimes I even have interesting things to say!

    He’s also the author of the superb graphic novel series Locke & Key.

  4. Toni – A few words to describe me: no longer almost single, mother of two, "mimi" of one, 9-1-1 operator and fire/rescue dispatcher, occasional writer, knitter and stash collector, reader, singer, actress, cat lover, liberal, humanist, excellent speller. Others have used other words, but this is my page, not theirs, so pfffffft on them! I may have started a blog for my fiction. It might be at

    My inner fangirl may have just squeed. You know, if she did things like that. (ahem)

  5. I remember when reading “Horns” thinking “This isn’t quite the Great American Horror Novel – but Hill’s next will be.”

    Eagerly awaiting this book.

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