Anyone that’s been reading the God of Comics twitter feed or reviews knows how much we love Hexed. It’s one of the best comics being told today, the comic equivalent of the Dresden Files. This week, Hexed is entering a whole new sort of story – but before that happens, why not listen to what writer Michael Alan Nelson has to say about his creation, the state of the comics industry, and writing in general? We got to sit down for an interview with the man, myth, and legend and found him to be just as awesome as we had hoped he’d be.
Interview with Peter S. Beagle
Date: April 21, 2014
(Back in April of 2014, Aaron Golden and Gregory Milne were lucky enough to get a chance to sit down with legendary writer, Peter S. Beagle, and his agent, Conner Cochran. They sat down and talked for a couple of hours about everything surrounding the creation, loss, and claiming of the Last Unicorn, but, sadly, the sound file of the interview was damaged. A lot of effort was put into saving that file, and we finally managed to get it transcribed a couple of months ago. At the time, we sat down and wondered about when the best time to release it was, now that we’d had to delay the interview so long, and considering what a gift we thought this interview was, it made sense to us, for us to release it as a gift to you. So, without further ado…)
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