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[This interview originally appeared in the March 2016 newsletter of Tami Veldura, who writes science fiction, fantasy, steampunk, and queer fiction. Because of a formatting glitch, I've combined her questions with my answers as I originally sent them to her (except for the links, which I've added here).]

Today's interview with Dusk touches on apprenticeship, history, and alternate universes. They've written and published over 70 books. They read and write almost exclusively historical works.

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I'm quoted in this new article mentioning John Preston (toward the end of the article).
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Aggie at Hearts on Fire Reviews interviewed me with a whole slew of questions. We ended up discussing my early days as a young writer, which writers have influenced me, the historical research for my novels, darkfic, The Eternal Dungeon and Michael's House, the connection between comedy and tragedy, original slash and m/m romance, the origin of my pen name, and (*gulp*) Twilight.

There are major spoilers for Rebirth and Whipster in the middle portion of the interview; otherwise, the interview is spoiler-free.

Hearts on Fire Reviews ends the interview by saying, "Leave a comment before 4/15 for a random chance to win your choice from Dusk Peterson's backlist."

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A. B. Gayle posted an interview with me at her blog. We discussed various topics related to BDSM fiction, such as the impact of Fifty Shades of Grey.

The interview is part of a series of interviews with BDSM writers that A. B. Gayle has been posting as a lead-up to the spring publication of her novel Leather+Lace, which I've had the opportunity to read in manuscript form. (How could I pass up the chance to read a BDSM novel set in Australia?) It's part of her Opposites Attract series; the first novel in the series, Red+Blue, received third place for the William Neale Award for Best Gay Romance in the Rainbow Awards 2012. She has an interesting Pinterest board about the elements that went into creating that novel.

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There's a brief, humorous interview with me on page 18 of Issue #36 of the Leather Times (the newsletter of the Leather Archives & Museum), covering the topics of simplicity and favorite historical periods. (Thank you to Syd McGinley for alerting me to the fact that the interview was now available.)

PDF file of the issue (for adults only; the newsletter is not worksafe). LA&M's warning page. Online PDF to HTML converter.

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