Sunday, May 7, 2017

Interview with Freelance Writer Steven Carr

Please Welcome Freelance Writer Steven Carr


Q1. Tell us something interesting about yourself.

I spent 3 years in the Army and was on an Army base for 3 months during that time and spent 4 years in the Navy and was never on a ship.

Q2. What does “being creative” mean to you?  

Putting my imagination to work.

Q3. What are your greatest sources of inspiration?  

Having traveled and having known great people.

Q4. Do you have any current or future projects?  

To continue to write short stories.

Q5. If you could just feature one title, what would it be? 

 Tenderloin"

Q6. What is the relationship between your speaking voice and your written voice? 

My written voice changes frequently but my speaking voice doesn't.

Q7. What is the best advice you have for other authors?  

Accept that rejection is part of the game.

Q8. Who is your favorite author? And why? 

W. Somerset Maugham. He knew how to make the mundane seem interesting and exciting.


You can find Steven's work in many different magazines and journals. But here is two links that he has shared in our group, “Echoic Writers” on Facebook.


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