Over the past six years, we've featured a number of wonderful guests on
the program - the vast majority of them via the telephone. Occasionally
we get to do interviews face to face, and here are some photos of some of
This page has gotten too big, with the addition of the 1998 Dragon*Con photos. This is soon to break into 2 or more pages. For now, I apologize for the unwieldiness of this battleship-like web page. - dhs
Clive Barker and your host after the interview in July 1996. We were kindly allowed studio space by the folks at the wonderful WWOZ in New Orleans (hi Dameond!). Photo by Clive's media escort, whose name I didn't record.
Caitlin R. Kiernan and myself at the Atlanta Hilton for our interview at Dragon*Con 1998. Note the print of the cover of her novel Silk strategically placed over her shoulder. Photo by Jennifer Caudle.
Two photos with Storm Constantine at Dragon*Con 1998. The first is during the interview at a table covered in equipment... Photo by Jim Hibbert.
... and the second is posed shortly after. Photo by Jim Hibbert.
Interview author, editor and musician Keith R.A. DeCandido. Keith was an online buddy back when he also did an SF interview show in New York. His was on cable, although he's not that much better looking than me. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
The Don't Quit your Day Job Players play their epononymous song at the live remote from Dragon*Con 1998. The song is real new, and you can see band members cheating with lyrics sheets. This picture also shows the problem of photographing groups standing in a circle around a mike, since both of the Honigsbergs are obscured. Photo by Darlene Slusher
Interviewing artist and publisher Denis Kitchen at Dragon*Con 1998. He was the only person to show up on time the first half of the remote (several didn't show at all), and was a whole lot of fun to talk to. Right about now we are discussing Will Eisner. Photo by Darlene Slusher
If there was no other reason to go to Dragon*Con year after year, seeing cartoonist Patty Leidy would make it worthwhile. We didn't interview this year, but we did get a photo that includes product placement for Patty's Zero Hour collection. Photo by a friend of Patty's whose name I didn't get.
Interviewing Thomas Fuller, nabob of the Atlanta Radio Theater Company and my longtime radio neighbor on Atlanta's WREK 91.1 FM. At the live remote from Dragon*Con 1998. Photo by Darlene Slusher
A little bit of posing from Atlanta's own Danger Woman. If you think the photo is something, you should hear the tape. At Dragon*Con 1998. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
Hanging out with the lovely Donna Baker, who runs the Changeling's record label at Dragon*Con 1998. We are saying to ourselves "Can the shows really be running this late?" Photo by Darlene Slusher
Robert J. Sawyer, your host and Robert Charles Wilson at Evil Genius Studios following an interview with each from May 1998. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
Your host and Kristine Kathryn Rusch after our interview in June 1998. If you look closely, you can see our rosebushes behind us. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
Interviewing Gregory Benford in February 1998. We are sitting in the children's books room of the Powell's Books in Beaverton OR. Photo by Bill Harris.
From left to right, me, SF author Steven Barnes, and his daughter Lauren Nicole "Nicky" Barnes. This is the front hall of Evil Genius Studios, aka our house. Semi-serious picture, closely followed by... Photo by Darlene Slusher.
... the not-so-serious picture. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
One of these rare photos without me in it. This was taken at a signing at the Science Fiction and Mystery Bookshop in Atlanta in April 1993. On the left is Michael Bishop, on the right is Brad Strickland. Within the year, I would interview each. Photo by Dave Slusher.
Dan Simmons and your host laugh about something. This picture is from October 1997, in a hotel room in Portland OR. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
Interviewing Vonda McIntyre in September 1997. This occurred in Portland OR, and you can see downtown Portland and the Willamette River through the window. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
The folks of the Trilogy Tour get interviewed at Dragon*Con '97. From left, your host, Charles Vess, Linda Medley (partially obscured by the mike) and Jeff Smith. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
SF and fantasy author Brenda Clough gets interviewed at Dragon*Con '97. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
Comics creators Jon Lewis and Patty Leidy at the live remote, Dragon*Con '97. This year we bugged the folks at Tachycon - who were much nicer than the D*Con t-shirt people we used to bug. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
Author Lee Killough gets interviewed at the live remote, Dragon*Con '97. Photo by Darlene Slusher.
Your host, White Wolf editor Ed Hall, and my wife Darlene party hearty at Dragon*Con '97. I never did know what this party commemorated. Photo by some guy Ed knows.
Picture taken for the USL school paper, The Vermillion. That book is actually a Cajun French/English dictionary.
|Ellen Kushner, your host, Delia Sherman at the KRVS studios in Lafayette LA, September 1996. Photo by Dave Spizale.|
|Creator of the Rocketeer Dave Stevens (left) and your host (right) at Dragon*con 1994|
|L to R: your host, Terry Brooks, and Del Rey Books VP Kuo-Yu Liang at Dragon*con 1995. Photo by Sharon Setser.|
Talking with author K.D. Wentworth at Dragon*con 1995. Photo by Sharon Setser.
Authors Rebecca Moesta and Kevin J. Anderson get interviewed while K.D. Wentworth looks on at Dragon*con 1995. Photo by Sharon Setser.
|Computer security expert, author of The Cuckoo's Egg, and everyone's favorite manic personality Clifford Stoll during what could loosely be termed our interview with him at Dragon*con 1995|
|Dave Sim, creator of Cerebus smiles for the camera at Dragon*Con 1994. Photo by James Slusher.|
|From left: Chris Reed, myself, Ann Kennedy and Jeff VanderMeer. Chris publishes Back Brain Recluse and Ann publishes The Silver Web, while Jeff writes dark fantasy. Taken at one of the rare in studio sessions in April 1994. Photo by Darlene Slusher.|
Flaming Carrot creator Bob Burden interviews himself while I work the camera. Taken at Dixie Trek 1989, these interviews would plant the seed that became Reality Break several years later. Bob has been back on, too. Photo by Dave Slusher.
|Bob is back on during Dragon*con 1995... Photo by Sharon Setser.|
...and during Dragon*con 1996. Photo by Rob Gibson.
|Dave Wolverton and I talk about the role of the hero archetypes in SF and fantasy at Dragon*con 1994. Photo by James Slusher/|
Artist and publisher Greg Theakston at Dragon*con 1996. Photo by Rob Gibson.
|Talking with Richard Hatch from Battlestar: Galactica at Dragon*con 1996. Photo by Rob Gibson.|
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