I’m Carrie Vaughn, and I have about a dozen books out. Most are part of my series about a werewolf named Kitty who hosts a talk radio advice show. I also write YA – Voices of Dragons and Steel. My stand-alone fantasy novels are Discord’s Apple and After the Golden Age. An if that isn’t enough, I write a bunch of short stories, too.
Can you introduce us to the world that you have created?
I’ve created several – near future fantasy, alternate history with dragons, a superhero world. I’m probably best known for my urban fantasy world, in which supernatural beings like vampires and werewolves are coming out of the shadows. My main character, Kitty, hosts a talk radio show on the subject.
What should readers know before stepping into your world?
Really, I’d tell them to jump right in – the worlds speak for themselves.
Will this be your first time attending BEA or are you a veteran? Any advice for those who are going for the first time?
It’ll be my first time as an author. I attended once about 15 years ago as a bookseller. It’ll be interesting being on the other side of the table this time!
Are you speaking on any panels during BEA? Are there any you are looking forward to? What panels are you planning on attending?
I’ll be speaking on a science fiction and fantasy panel.
If someone wanted to meet up with you at BEA, who should they look for?
They should probably check at the Tor booth or my scheduled signing – I’m only going to be there for a day or two, so meeting up may be tough.
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