Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Kids Are All Right – Interview at Tor.com

Much thanks to the fine folks at Tor.com, Carrie Vaughn, and interviewer Myke Cole for making this happen. The Kids Are All Right: Greg Van Eekhout and Carrie Vaughn on YA and MG at Tor.com.

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Discount! Limited-Time Offer! Bargain! AAAAGH! – The Boy at the End of the World for Nook and Kobo

Peddle Powers: Activate! The Boy at the End of the World — which is a book I wrote about a boy at the end of the world with a broken robot friend and a cloned pygmy mammoth who poops a … Continue reading

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Books & Sea

From San diego 2011 Ideas and walking go together much better than ideas and metabolizing Ho Hos. By which I mean that I often get good ideas when I’m in motion and my cardiovascular system is doing more than trying … Continue reading

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Launch day: The Boy at the End of the World

Hello, there! I have a new book out today, don’tcha know? It’s called The Boy at the End of the World. Here’s what it’s about, from the publisher’s marketing copy: This is the story of the last boy on Earth, … Continue reading

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The color of The Boy at the End of the World

[Minor edits for style and clarity made on 2/23/12.] In The Boy at the End of the World, I describe Fisher, the protagonist,¬† as darkly pigmented. Here are the passages: From pages 17 and 18, when Click is telling Fisher … Continue reading

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