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Phoebe Wray

Phoebe Wray
NO MAN'S LAND
 "Trashing"

Biography of


04-28-2011
: MilSciFi.com interviews author Phoebe Wray, contributor to the anthology, No Man's Land, book four in the Defending The Future series.

MilSciFi: "Welcome. Please tell us about your story. What was the inspiration for it?"

Wray: "If I could start my life over, I'd want to be an astronaut. Every so often I'd hear a story about 'space junk' --the pieces of satellites, an astronaut's glove. It caught my interest."

MilSciFi: "Each story is accompanied by a unique icon, can you tell us something about the relevance behind your own?

Wray: "It's the universal symbol for recycling. I was on the committee when my little town decided to recycle."

MilSciFi: "How did you become involved with the No Man's Land project?"

Wray: "Heard of it through Danielle and Broad Universe."

MilSciFi: "What were your thoughts about the fact that this was a collection featuring all-female authors?"

Wray: "Actually, I didn't know that. I support women who raise their voices."

MilSciFi: "What tips would you given an aspiring military science fiction author,
female or otherwise?"

Wray: "The military isn't all about shooting and killing. It's also about protection, and safety."

MilSciFi: "Have you been involved with any similar projects?"

Wray: "I've had stories in other anthologies, but not military ones."

MilSciFi: "With your growing success as an author, do you plan to continue writing for the Defending the Future series?"

Wray: "Sure, if I come up with a hot idea."

MilSciFi: "Are there any upcoming projects you would like to tell us about?"

Wray: "I've finished a thriller novel called 'In Adam's Fall', my first novel outside of the science fiction/fantasy genre."

MilSciFi: "And what events do you have in the months ahead?"

Wray: "Balticon, Readercon, WorldCon."

MilSciFi: "How can our readers find out more about your work?"

Wray: "I'm an indifferent blogger, but I'm on LiveJournal, also Facebook."

MilSciFi: "Thank you for time."
 


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