tim powers

  1. rune

    Bibliography - Tim Powers

    I found this info about the published works by this author. Please do feel free to add or amend anything that I may have missed :D Last Call 1. Last Call (1992) 2. Expiration Date (1995) 3. Earthquake Weather (1997) Novels The Skies Discrowned (1976) aka Forsake the Sky...
  2. L

    LosCon: Questions for Tim Powers?

    It's getting close to that time. I'll be attending LosCon over Thanksgiving weekend, and Tim Powers is going to be the Guest of Honor. I don't know if there will be any Q & A sessions scheduled with him, but in case there is, or in case I get the opportunity to ask him any questions - is there...
  3. polymorphikos

    On Stranger Tides

    I keep hearing a lot of praise for his urban fantasy, but this is the only book by Powers that I’ve read. It’s quite fascinating, set as it is in pirate times around the later life of the infamous Blackbeard. Powers takes the fact that the pirates were in amongst the slaves and the voudoun, and...
  4. Brian G Turner

    What does Tim Powers write about?

    I'm curious - Tim Powers comes up as a name about the place, but I have no idea what he generally writes about, his ideological slant, or the general impact of his stories and writings. So how does Tim Powers stand within the general sff gener, and what are his strengths and weaknesses?
  5. L

    Tim Powers and a different approach to trilogies

    We're all familiar with the traditional approach to trilogies: a story told in three parts, beginning to end, but published in three separate volumes rather than in one book because it would be too long. But Tim Powers, in "Last Call", "Expiration Date", and "Earthquake Weather", has...
  6. Jayaprakash Satyamurthy

    A very cool Tim Powers interview

    Here: http://www.theworksoftimpowers.com/powers/interview1.htm This isn't a new interview - it was done in 1999 - but it's one of the best I've come across. Tim Powers talks about his life, his writing career, influences, inspirations, his friendship with Philip K Dick, the genesis of William...
  7. L

    Tim Powers on writing (with link)

    I debated whether to put this here or in the Aspiring Writers board, and then finally decided to put it here because I think it might be of interest to more of us than just the writers among us. This isn't a new interview. Tim Powers sat for it on January 26, 2001, before a speaking...
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