Long time readers may remember back in 2015 we published a series of interviews with NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) participants. While we didn’t get around to repeating that in 2016, we’d like to bring it back for this year.
These interviews will be much the same as before. They will focus on a writer’s motivation and methods for tackling the event, with some attention given to advice for those who may wish to participate in the future.
If you are a writer and would like to answer some questions for us, get in touch on social media or send an email to editor(at)DarkFuturesFiction.net.
If you’ve been following us on social media, you likely already know about the NaNoWriMo interviews we’ve published so far. If not, here’s a list with links:
We have more coming this week, including one with Axel Kohagen later on today.
If you’re interested in interviews with writers from outside NaNoWriMo, we published a few last month. You can find them here: (Please note, some of these may already be a bit dated or reference things already in the past.)
Patrick W. Marsh
November is National Novel Writing Month, otherwise known as NaNoWriMo. Every November since 1999, people over the country and the world commit to writing a novel of at least 50,000 words. For more information, you can check out the official website here.
In honor of this, beginning later today, we will begin posting interviews with writers who are currently participating in NaNoWriMo or who have taken part in the past. We asked them all the same questions from what they’re working on to how they go about tackling such an ambitious endeavor and what advice they would offer to others.
Be sure to check back and keep an eye on our Twitter or Facebook to see when we post new interviews.