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The Lineup: You by Austin Grossman Edition

Apr 19, 2013 in Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

Austin Grossman has been all over the ‘net this past week to celebrate the publication of YOU, his new novel of mystery, videogames, and the people who create them. Check out Austin’s photo essay “Seven Myths about Videogames and the Seven Games that Prove them Wrong” on Huffington Post for Austin’s picks on some of the […]

Me and Mike: Sophie Littlefield Interviews Mike Cooper

Dec 30, 2012 in Guest Posts, Writing

With 2013 just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to sit back and reflect on another year of great content and great books. Check back twice daily in the last days of 2012 for a selection of our favorite MulhollandBooks.com posts from the past year! Sophie Littlefield:  So let’s get the basics out of […]

Blood, Kin and Structure: A Conversation between Andrew Vachss and Joe R. Lansdale

Mar 27, 2012 in Guest Posts

Joe Lansdale: First of all, I love this new book, That’s How I Roll, by Andrew. And I was telling him this, in an earlier conversation, that I never read any of his books so terrifically well constructed. They all are, but man, this was is like a bomb builder putting something together very, very […]

An Interview with Joe R. Lansdale: Part II

Mar 23, 2012 in Mulholland Authors, Writing

Joe R. Lansdale, whose acclaimed new novel EDGE OF DARK WATER caused New York Journal of Books to proclaim it has “all the potential of becoming a classic, read by generations to come,” recently took some time out of his day to talk with Mulholland Books about his inspirations and writing process while his novel works its […]

A Conversation Between Lawrence Block and Robert Silverberg: Part II

Jul 21, 2011 in Books, Mulholland Authors, Writing

Two months ago, Lawrence Block and Robert Silverberg met in San Francisco for an epic conversation that spanned nearly every topic imaginable…and far more. Mulholland Books has transcribed the dialogue between these two masters of storytelling and will present it to you in two parts. (Read Part I here.) LB: Should we take questions from some of these […]

The Spaces Between Stars

Apr 11, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News

My name’s Warren Ellis.  I’m mostly a science fiction writer.  I’m sometimes also a crime writer.  These are essentially the same thing. Let me try and explain that. I don’t think HG Wells and Raymond Chandler ever met.  I don’t know that they would have had a lot to say to each other if they […]

The Dark 13: Noir in Horror and Other Adventures that Made Us Evil

Mar 14, 2011 in Film, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News

We have a theory that most movies and books in the noir mode actually aspire to be horror movies and books.  And we think that a lot of horror films desperately want to be noir.  Come to think of it, a lot of your action/suspense/thriller-type-things tend to feel an awful lot like they want to […]

A Conversation with Scott Phillips

Jan 06, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts, Writing

Scott Phillips is the author of three of the most highly acclaimed crime novels of recent years. His debut novel, The Ice Harvest, was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year and won the California Book Award, a Silver Medal for Best First Fiction, and was a finalist for the Edgar Awards, the […]

A Conspiracy to Believe

Dec 08, 2010 in Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News, Writing

As an novelist, the question I’m most often asked actually isn’t where I get my ideas (a shame, as I’ve got a peppy answer to that), but when I’m going to write another book like Only Forward. It happened twice the other night. As this was my first novel, written over a decade and a […]

Dog to Dog: A Conversation with Scott Bakker and James Sallis

Dec 03, 2010 in Books, Guest Posts, Writing

[Our two radical nonconformists begin in mid-leap] SB: …which begs the question of just what “this” is? Should we just make “it” into a conversation, wanker to wanker? JS: Well, I love begging questions. Sometimes you do have to slap them around a bit to get a proper answer. Or they lawyer up. I think […]