Interviews

The Fabulist Podcast No. 1: Dan Hintz, Kimberly Unger

In The Fabulist Magazine's debut podcast, New York City photographer, musician and author Dan Hintz reads "Altar," a weird work of short-short fiction. We also speak with Kimberly Unger, author of "The Extractionist," a new ...

Mona Caron: Getting Lost in the Weeds

Mona Caron's epic murals are full of pageantry, wonderment and amazing detail, and have been a transformative presence in San Francisco neighborhoods, alleys and street corners since the '90s. In her extravagant illustrations of re-imagined ...

Loren Rhoads: A Personal Relationship with Cemeteries

Death’s Garden Revisited, a new anthology edited by Morbid Curiosity's Loren Rhoads, collects cemetery essays from genealogists and geocachers, tour guides and travelers, horror authors, ghost hunters, pagan priestesses, and more about why they visit ...

Emily Knox: ‘People Who Try to Ban Books Truly Believe That Books Are Powerful’

Emily Knox has good news to share. The path to salvation, she says, can be found in books, through the act of reading widely, with an open mind, and thinking critically. She also has a ...

Phil Tippett: 24 Frames Per Second

In this transcript of The Fabulist's wide-ranging conversation with Phil Tippett, the modern master of stop-motion animation talks about the art, mental health struggles, and techniques of sculpture, puppetry, writing, film editing, lighting, and collaboration ...

Ellen Klages on the ‘fantastic constructs’ of her magical San Francisco

[Ellen Klages has won her share of literary awards, but the biggest prize of all goes to the reader, who gets to explore the familiar, but distinct, worlds she creates. A San Francisco Bay Area ...

Elana Levin: ‘The Dark Phoenix Saga as Jean’s Most Iconic Story is a Mixed Bag’

As a comics expert, host of the Graphic Policy podcaster and all-around fan of sequential graphic narrative, Elana Levin brings high-level feminist discourse and deep comics knowledge to the table in this conversation about one ...