Monday, November 29, 2010

On the Tenth Day of Tesseracts: An Interview With Margaret Curelas

TT:  What is your name?
MC: Margaret Curelas

TT: What is your current location?
MC: Calgary, AB

TT: What is the name of your story?
MC: Harvest Moon

TT: What inspired you to write your story?
MC: I had a very clear image of a pack of wolves chasing down a battered pick-up truck. After a few false starts, I decided to write it from the little girl's perspective. I thought it would be creepier from her limited viewpoint, so the reader is restricted to what she can hear and see.

TT: Since this collection is about Strange Canadian Stories, what is one of the strangest things that has ever happened to you personally?
MC: Nothing much out of the ordinary happens to me, which may be strange in and of itself.

TT: Thanks Margaret! We look forward to having you join us for the event which will be happening on Thursday, December 2, on the Twelfth Day of Tesseracts...
Margaret Curelas grew up on a diet of Agatha Christie and Stephen King. After bouncing around the continent for a few years, she has landed in Calgary, where she lives with two humans, a dog, and three guinea pigs.

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