Interview with Jonathan Maberry   1 comment

Happy Birthday, Mr. Maberry!


Jonathan Maberry is a renaissance man.  There’s really no better way to describe him.   He’s a New York Times best-selling author of over a dozen novels and a winner of multiple Bram Stoker awards, including the 2011 and 2012 awards for superior achievement in Young Adult Fiction.  He’s written about topics as far ranging as the appropriate way to practice Ju-jitsu to the appropriate way to dispose of the undead.  He’s an eighth degree black belt who was inducted into the Marital Arts’ Hall of Fame (which is why I’ll never mess with him), is a founding member of the Philadelphia Liars Club , and a regular speaker (and founder) of the Writers Coffee House.

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I had the pleasure of  meeting Jonathan at the 2012 Philadelphia Writers’ Conference.  He taught the Novel: Focus on Character class and – while the lessons learned there…

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Posted May 18, 2014 by Jim Knipp in Writer's Block

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