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New England Science Fiction Association
February 10, 2021

B58 Mini Interview with R.W.W. Greene and Jennifer Williams

Welcome back to the Boskone 58 Mini Interview Series! Get to know some of the top authors, scientists, artists, and creators in the science fiction, fantasy and horror industry, why they’re looking forward to Boskone, and perhaps a sneak peek at what they’re working on next.

Today on the Boskone 58 Mini Interview Series we are with R.W.W. Greene and Jennifer Williams!

It it also bittersweet that today we must also announce that these are our final two participants in the B58 Mini Interview Series! Hope all of you have enjoyed hearing from some of the participants and we look forward to virtually seeing all you this weekend!

R.W.W. Greene

Rob Greene is a New Hampshire SFF author who writes as the far more Google-friendly “R.W.W. Greene.” His debut novel THE LIGHT YEARS came out February 2020 with Angry Robot Books. His sophomore effort, also an Angry Robot production, is expected in August 2021. Greene is represented by Sara Megibow of the KT Literary Agency.

Visit R.W.W. Greene on their FacebookTwitter, Instagram, and Website!

VIDEO RESPONSE!

Authors, artists, and creators often listen to music while they work. If you have a playlist you’d like to share or an album to recommend, please add it here. We’ll be compiling a list of lists to help Boskone attendees get their creative juices flowing. 

Charles Bradley’s “Changes” album.

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Jennifer Williams

Jennifer Williams is an author and editor from Salem, Massachusetts. Prior to the pandemic she volunteered at a local queer youth center and spent her Sundays practicing Krav Maga. Now she mostly hangs out with her cats. She occasionally does editorial work for Circlet Press, and organized a Circlet Press online writing group after the pandemic hit. Her work can be found in Grim Magazine, various small press anthologies, and on the Anatomy Of A Scream blog. Follow her online at @JenWilliams13

Visit Jennifer Williams on their Twitter, and Instagram!

What you most looking forward to at virtual Boskone 58?

Simply being able to participate is what’s exciting to me for Boskone 58. Since becoming disabled it has been increasingly difficult for me to attend conventions so having a virtual convention is opening a gateway for me that has been closed for some time. I’m excited to see old and new faces. I’m excited to engage in conversation about topics that I love. There’s a sense of home that fan run conventions provide and I’ve missed that greatly.

If you were planning a holiday or vacation and could visit any location, whether in the real world or fictional worlds, where would you go? Why? 

Oh, this is already planned! Once it is truly safe to travel my Circlet Press friends and I are planning on a writing retreat. It’s a tradition Cecilia Tan started several years back but for obvious reasons it did not happen in 2020. It’s a wonderful time when all of us Circlet geeks can get together, laugh, hug, write, and just generally enjoy being with like minded people. I’ve found it’s a great jump start to creativity.

Authors, artists, and creators often listen to music while they work. If you have a playlist you’d like to share or an album to recommend, please add it here. We’ll be compiling a list of lists to help Boskone attendees get their creative juices flowing. 

What Keeps You Alive (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – Brittany Allen

What are you currently working on? Any new releases that fans should know about?

I have a couple of pieces I’m working on. One is a queer apocalyptic horror story (possibly novel), and the other is Victorian lesbian vampire erotica with a bit of a murder mystery thrown in. I seem to be incapable of writing entirely straight characters and I am 100% okay with that.

As for new releases, my latest is a short story. It’s called The Monsters We Become and it’s in the newest anthology by the New England Horror Writers; Wicked Women: An Anthology of the New England Horror Writers edited by Trisha J. Wooldridge and Scott T. Goudsward. The story is an exploration of family trauma, childhood abuse, and the magic and mythology of girlhood.

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