Small Beer Podcast 13: Julie Day Interviews Jennifer Stevenson

Thu 27 Sep 2012 - Filed under: Not a Journal., , , , , | 1 Comment | Posted by: Julie

Trash Sex Magic cover - click to view full sizeJennifer Stevenson is a fantasy author, a romance writer and a former roller derby queen, so it should be no surprise that our interview veered into a discussion of sex and sexual politics. When you add in the fact that we were discussing Jennifer’s book, Trash Sex Magic, the topic of sex became more than an expectation, it became a necessity.

Course, as fun as sex is, there’s always more to the story. The real-life analog of the book’s magical Fox River, the connection between the author’s mother and Raedawn’s mother, Gelia, and even Jennifer’s role in cofounding the Book View Cafe all found their way into our conversation. An interview with Jennifer Stevenson travels fast. Fact is, Jennifer is as much a force of nature as the characters in her novel.

Trash Sex Magic is now available as an audio book through Iambik. (Iambik distribute their audio books out through all the usual channels but for the best price you can’t beat their own site.) Listen to an an excerpt here.

The print edition is available through Small Beer Press and the ebook can be found at Weightless Books. Pick your poison. It’s a great read no matter how you chose to imbibe.

Episode 13: In which Julie Day interviews Jennifer Stevenson, the author of Trash Sex Magic.

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One Response to “Small Beer Podcast 13: Julie Day Interviews Jennifer Stevenson”

  1. Let us not overlook the forgotten books | Book View Cafe Blog on October 6th, 2012 1:02 am

    […] Here I am, having authored three books about a promiscuous young woman’s adventures in a brass bed inhabited by an incubus, two-going-on-four books about sex demons so lazy that they’re in danger of being thrown out of hell, and any number of “scarlet tales of Men Who Did and Women Who Shouldn’t Have Done But Who Took a Pop At It” (Wodehouse, “Best Seller”).  I even committed magical realism of a stripe so racy, I can mention only the title here, and with a blush—Trash Sex Magic. […]

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