Sophie Littlefield – video interview

We have a soft spot for Sophie Littlefield here at Spinetingler. This year alone, we nominated Littlefield for Best Novel in the New Voice category for her debut A Bad Day for Sorry and in the Best Short Story on the Web for her first place Watery Grave Invitational story, “At Least I Felt Something”. (Lindenmuth and I even got into a brief tiff over whether or not Sophie should have another of her short stories nominated along with “At Least I felt Something”.) But our admiration of Littlefield is justified. The California author’s Stella Hardesty novels (A Bad day for Sorry and most recently, A Bad day for Pretty) are both equally as charming as they are dark, which not only attracts the basement noir crazies, but mainstream raves from publications such as People magazine.

I was luck enough to sit down with Littlefield at the recent Poisoned Pen conference held at the Arizona Biltmore Resort in Phoenix to talk about A Bad Day for Pretty, her upcoming Young adult novel, Banished, and other upcoming projects.

After the jump check out the interview.

Sophie Littlefield interviewed by Keith Rawson from Damon Cap on Vimeo.

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Keith Rawson

Keith Rawson is a little-known pulp writer whose short fiction, poetry, essays, reviews, and interviews have been widely published both online and in print. He is the author of the short story collection The Chaos We Know (SnubNose Press)and Co-Editor of the anthology Crime Factory: The First Shift.(New Pulp Press) He lives in Southern Arizona with his wife and daughter.

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