Friday, March 08, 2024

Q&A with S. E. Porter

From my Q&A with S. E. Porter, author of Projections: A Novel:
How much work does your title do to take readers into the story?

The title Projections takes readers into the heart of the story, but through the side door. The projections of the title have a double meaning: they’re primarily the magical recreations of his young self that the sorcerer Gus Farrow sends back to the ordinary world. But they’re also his fantasy version of the protagonist Catherine, his inability to see her for herself. I wanted the title to be The Projections, but my publisher thought it was more dynamic without the article!

What's in a name?

I loved picking the names in this book! Angus and Gus are named, ironically, for...[read on]
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Q&A with S. E. Porter.

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