Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Interview at Open Book Toronto

Open Book Toronto talks to John Robert Colombo and Brett Alexander Savory (co-publisher of CZP) about Tesseracts 14, which they co-edited. Many CZP authors and staff were involved in this book, including: Sandra Kasturi, Erik Mohr, Matt Moore, Tony Burgess, Brent Hayward, Claude Lalumière and David Nickle.

Here's a taste:

Open Book:
Tell us about the Tesseracts series.

John Robert Colombo:
Everyone in the country should know that the long-established series of anthologies called Tesseracts 1, Tesseracts 2, etc., is an ongoing series of collections of current fantastic literature, largely contributed by new writers. It offers its readers what Ezra Pound called “an active anthology,” one that presents new, unusual and untried material, often of a provocative nature. It is not a reprint anthology. Tesseracts 14, which I have had the pleasure (and pain) of co-editing with Brett Alexander Savory, offers more than an unusual amount of pleasure (and pain)!

Brett Alexander Savory:
BAS: Me, a pain?? Come on now!

Read the rest of the interview here.

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