Today on Jesse Teller’s Friday the 13th series, he and I talk about space Nazis, my favorite moment with Kathleen Turner in the film “Romancing the Stone,” and what a film version of the Woern Saga would look like.
A.M. Justice is a Brooklyn-based author, lover of science and wit, sporadic scuba diver, and once and future tango dancer. Her characters live only in her head, but they’re real, and she puts them through hell.
1.Why storytelling? What made you yearn to tell a good story, and how long was this story within you before it came out?
This is embarrassing, especially on the blog of a guy with such a stunning scope of work, but I’ve been writing different versions of the Woern Saga for almost 40 years. Vic and her story have grown up alongside me, and we’ve traveled quite a distance from a naïve teenager longing for adventure to someone who tries to be a wise and compassionate observer of the human condition. (Of course, Vic is also a badass warrior, which I am decidedly not!)
I wrote the original version of Vic’s story when I…
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