Monthly Archives: November 2015

UnCommon Bodies Q&A: Deanne Charlton

Welcome back to the UnCommon Bodies interview series. Today is a first for Solitary Mindset – I’m talking to a poet. Deanne Charlton has three poems in UnCommon Bodies – It Runs in the Family, Eternity in a One-night Stand, and Brenga’s Body. I’ve written a total of two poems in my life and they’re about as bad as you’d expect. Thankfully, Deanne was good […]

UnCommon Bodies Q&A: Jordanne Fuller

Welcome back to the UnCommon Bodies interview series. Today I’m talking to Jordanne Fuller about Scars. What attracted you to the UnCommon Bodies project? I was originally enticed by the promo picture for people to submit. It had a really cool alternative looking woman on it and the idea kind of just jumped into my head. So […]

UnCommon Bodies Q&A: SM Johnson

Today’s UnCommon Bodies interview is with SM Johnson but before you go and read it, check out the book on Amazon. Just look at all those great reviews. You wouldn’t want to miss out on a book that good would you? What attracted you to the UnCommon Bodies project? When I heard last call for […]

UnCommon Bodies Q&A: Kim Wells

Well, I’m still hungover from last night’s launch part for UnCommon Bodies but it’s not too late to join in the fun. I’m running three giveaways including one for 10 Kindle ebooks! You can find the event on Facebook here. Now we’re continuing the series of interviews with my fellow UnCommon Bodies authors with an interview with […]

UnCommon Bodies Q&A: Pavarti K. Tyler

Launch day for the UnCommon Bodies anthology has arrived! UnCommon Bodies features my short science fiction story Phantom Pain plus 19 other excellent tales. The anthology is themed around the title rather than genre which means there’s a wide range of stories – everything from science fiction to magical realism to horror (there’s some sexually explicit material too) – […]

UnCommon Bodies Q&A: Michael Harris Cohen

The launch of the UnCommon Bodies anthology, edited by Pavarti K. Tyler, is fast approaching. Today I’m talking to another of the UnCommon Bodies author, this time Michael Harris Cohen about the opening story in the anthology – We is We.   What attracted you to the UnCommon Bodies project? I’m always drawn to freakish and twisted characters, though […]

UnCommon Bodies Q&A: Sessha Batto

Pavarti K Tyler’s anthology, UnCommon Bodies , launches on Tuesday  (but it’s available for pre-order on Amazon right now) and to celebrate I’m running a series of interviews with the authors from the book. Next up is Sessha Batto, talking about Made for This. What attracted you to the UnCommon Bodies project? I love the idea of imperfect people, […]

UnCommon Bodies Q&A: Christopher Godsoe

Pavarti K Tyler’s anthology, UnCommon Bodies , launches on Tuesday  (but it’s available for pre-order on Amazon right now) and to celebrate I’m running a series of interviews with the authors from the book. Today I’m talking to Christopher Godsoe, author of The Zealot. What attracted you to the UnCommon Bodies project? I’m a huge fan of short […]

UnCommon Bodies Q&A: Bey Deckard

My series of interviews with the authors appearing in the Uncommon Bodies anthology continues. This time I’m talking to fellow Canadian, Bey Deckard about Don’t Touch Me. But before we get to that, UnCommon Bodies is now available for pre-order on Amazon. I’ve read the entire anthology and I enjoyed all the stories. It’s themed around the […]

UnCommon Bodies Q&A: Vasil Tuchkov

Welcome back for another UnCommon Bodies interview. Today Vasil Tuchkov is here to talk about his mysterious tale, In Her Image. What attracted you to the UnCommon Bodies project?  A fellow writer showed me the UnCommon Bodies project, as he thought my work might be a good fit for it. He was right, as I like to think of […]