Oh my OMG. I love these. I am a bad person. There, I admitted it. I guarantee that unless you are some kind of saint, at least one of these will make you laugh really loud. Help me. I’m a monster. Continue reading
Happy New Year to all my family and friends. You are the Auld in my Lang Syne. Continue reading
Internationally renown SF and fantasy author Tad Williams talks about his inspirations, a possible kickstarter (anyone want Tad’s Egyptian answer to Rome?), answers questions and is generally all-round AWESOME for TWO WHOLE HOURS. Continue reading
“Tad Williams, joins us in the space castle to give us a little insight on the future of Bobby Dollar, why cats haunt his dreams, and what advice Present Tad would give to Young Adult Tad.” Continue reading
In this round up of recent interviews and podcasts, Tad talks about his latest projects including several new short stories, Bobby Dollar and The Dirty Streets of Heaven and the next book in the series, Happy Hour in Hell, Continue reading
Stephen C. Ormsby talks with Tad about The Dirty Streets of Heaven, his writing process, and more. Continue reading
During his recent visit to Singapore, Tad took questions from the Otherland MMO community. The videos for questions 3 through 5 are now available. Continue reading
During his visit to Singapore, Tad took questions from the Otherland MMO community. Here are his answers to the first two questions. Continue reading
Tad and Deborah discuss their new YA book, THE DRAGONS OF ORDINARY FARM. Continue reading
On the Sofa: Tad and Deborah discuss developing ideas for The Dragons of Ordinary Farm. Continue reading
Recently Tad sat down with MMORPG.com to talk about the MMO incarnation of OTHERLAND and his involvement with the project. Watch the interview here.
Read the interview in English or German. Continue reading
Monica Valentinelli, project manager for Flames Rising, asks Tad “the” burning questions she’s always wondered about. Tad talks about his writing style, favorite villains, and his new young adult fantasy series co-authored with his partner and wife, Deborah Beale.