This month has the opportunity to interview author (and Lambda Award winner) Sarah Waters. This is big news! So big, in fact, we need your help! What should we ask her? Add your questions to the comments section below and we’ll select the best questions and send them to the author. Your question could be published on in June.

Need to know more about Sarah Waters? Read our 2006 interview here or visit Sarah’s website to learn more.


5 Responses to “Want to interview Sarah Waters?”

  1. 20 May 2010 at 10:47 AM #

    In my opinion your novels are some of the best current examples of political art–they’re fantastically readable, beautifully written and at the same time packed with many layers of commentary on Britain’s class society in a given era–so I wonder about your own view of this aspect of your fiction. What’s your take on the establishment rule that true art can’t be political?

  2. 20 May 2010 at 11:05 AM #

    Great question Shelley!

  3. 21 May 2010 at 10:52 AM #

    ‘The Little Stranger’ is a historical ghost story. Do you believe in ghosts?

  4. 21 May 2010 at 4:12 PM #

    So exciting! I can’t wait to see the whole interview.

    –What do you find most compelling about historical fiction as a genre?
    –What do you draw on from your training as a literary critic when writing fiction? (Totally selfish question; I’m finishing my dissertation while working on my second historical novel.)
    –Are there any speculative fiction tropes that you’re interested in exploring in your writing?

  5. 20 March 2012 at 6:51 AM #

    Talk a little bit about your audio books. I’m a big fan who has read, watched the movies, and read your audio books. Your readers are amazing. I was compelled to listen to certain sections repeatedly just to savor the sound of your brilliantly crafted words!

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