Interview with William Heath

"My mad method, by the way, is to take voluminous notes, and then notes on those notes, and sometimes notes on my notes on my notes." 1.  What made you choose William Wells as the main character of your novel?  How did you first encounter his story? I'm not certain where...

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Alumni Interviews

Interview with Laura Adiletta ('08) Interview with Will Allison ('91) Interview with Gerry Canavan ('02) Interview with Anne Carlisle ('73 ) Interview with Susan Streeter Carpenter ('69) Interview with Shelley Costa ('83) Interview with Christina Davis ('06) Interview with Iris Jamahl Dunkle ('10) Interview with Lawren Farber ('69) Interview with William Heath ('71) Interview with Mark Irwin Interview with...

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Interview with Gerry Canavan (’02)

"Robert Heinlein famously said there were three science fiction stories: the what if, the if only, and the if this goes on. That is: speculation, utopia, and warning." 1. How did this collection of essays examining the connection/interrelationship of ecology and science fiction and your co-editorship with Kim Stanley Robinson...

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