»In Tregillis’ novel, the Archangels sing hosannas from both human and bestial mouths; the eye-studded wheels called Thrones keep the peace; and Cherubim intimidate with faces of flame.«
A Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler inspired murder mystery set in Thomas Aquinas’s vision of Heaven: Amy Goldschlager about the novel Something More Than Night by Ian Tregillis. Her review at The Kirkus Reviews.
»I put in this character I knew, based on people I knew from childhood and myself and the typical hardboiled detective. Instead of trying to stay away from the typical detective, I would embrace the clichés, and just change it in a different place in a different time.«
Out of Order, Right on Time: Amy Goldschlager in conversation with Jo Nesbø about his novel The Bat. Read more at Kirkus Reviews.
»The great thing about writing is that you can write about anything. Twain and Dickens crossed genre all the time. It’s a natural thing.«
Amy Goldschlager in conversation with Walter Mosley about his latests novel Little Green and his SF novellas Stepping Stone and Love Machine. Read the portrait and interview at Kirkus Reviews.