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Interviews

Post by RITH » Mon Sep 29, 2008 14:53

Isn't it disappointing when you write an artist you really love with an interview request, and there's no reply whatsoever? No no, no yes, no maybe. I guess some people are just busy, shy or tired of idiots writing fanzines and blogs.

Also: I must learn to first get an artist's "YES!", and then start spending time on the interview questions, and not the other way around. Although it's a nice distraction at work, it's a bit of a waste.

I'd love to become a much better interviewer. It's pretty hard to come up with some questions that haven't been asked a million times and still get the information you want.

Obviously, this thread is for ramblings and/or questions about interviewing any kind of artist.

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Re: Interviews

Post by soft revolution » Fri Oct 24, 2008 20:20

RITH! I'm really enjoying the interviews that you're doing on All That Ever Mattered!
And by me, I mean, Flexo.

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Re: Interviews

Post by RITH » Fri Oct 24, 2008 20:28

Thank you! There'll be a couple of more on their way. Well, hopefully!

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