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The Worm Hole Podcast Episode 25: Intisar Khanani

Charlie and Intisar Khanani (Thorn; Sunbolt; Memories Of Ash; the forthcoming The Theft Of Sunlight) discuss working to better the health of people in Cincinnati, rewriting and exploring the Goose Girl fairy tale to stunning effect, bonkers jail-breaking heroines, and men who take a far more subtle approach than riding in on horses to save the day.

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Wikipedia’s article on The Goose Girl
Wikipedia’s article on Robin McKinley’s The Blue Sword
Please note that some copies of Thorn do not feature The Bone Knife

Release details: recorded 12th October 2020; published 26th October 2020

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Question Index

00:44 Before you were a writer, you worked for the Cincinnati Health Department. May I ask what your work involved?
02:19 Did your work at the health department influence how you write?
03:54 You’re a hybrid author – where does one meet the other?
13:46 Why The Goose Girl?
16:34 Was keeping some of the poignant aspects of The Goose Girl a difficult decision?
20:37 What was behind the study of truth and honour?
24:06 Could you expand on the hows and whys of incorporating the trauma in the book?
27:57 How did you use magic to further this plot?
29:46 Can we talk about the role of the men?…
33:13 Do you see yourself writing another adaptation in future?
34:02 Tell us about the world of The Sunbolt Chronicles, how you came to create it, were there any inspirations?
38:27 Where does Hitomi’s personality come from?
49:50 Where does Val fit into the story?
52:03 How many Chronicles are we looking at?
52:23 What was the book you mentioned at the start of our Sunbolt conversation, the one fantasy book you’d read back in the day, that was diverse?
53:37 What is behind your use of religion as it is in Thorn and The Sunbolt Chronicles?
55:59 Tell us about The Theft Of Sunlight

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