Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Carrie Vaughn

Carrie Vaughn is the author of four novels about a werewolf named Kitty.

From a Q & A at sffworld.com:

Q: For the benefit of those of us new to your work, without giving too much away, give us a taste of the story that is KITTY AND THE MIDNIGHT HOUR and its sequel.

Carrie Vaughn: Here's my one-sentence tagline for the book: Kitty is a werewolf who starts a talk radio advice show about the supernatural. I get a lot of raised eyebrows with that description. The stories themselves are about Kitty coming to terms with being a werewolf, learning to stand up for herself, and dealing with social and political dynamics surrounding the various supernatural and non-supernatural elements in her life. In the second book, the stage gets bigger--she's the country's first werewolf celebrity and has to deal with that as well.

Q: Have you always had an interest in the paranormal?

Carrie Vaughn: [read on]
Learn more about the author and her work at Carrie Vaughn's website and journal.

The Page 99 Test: Kitty and the Silver Bullet.

--Marshal Zeringue