Today we are pleased to feature C.A. Schaefer as our Authors Talk series contributor.
C.A. Schaefer discusses the origin of her short story “Raw Materials.” She parallels performed magic and fiction, and how she serves as both the magician and assistant of her own work. She then talks about research being at the heart of her writing and the importance of science, philosophy, history, and art in the fantastic. She ends her talk by discussing the next step for her writing; one of endless possibility.
C.A. Schaefer’s short story, “Raw Materials,” can be read in Issue 20 of Superstition Review.
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