Kira Brady

May 14
Publishers Weekly Interview: From Urban Planning to Urban Fantasy

I am pleased to announce my very first official interview! And it’s in Publishers Weekly, no less. In it I expound upon the Deadglass Trilogy and the inspiration behind my haunted, alternate Seattle. I also chat about my favorite books growing up–all Young Adult Fantasy–and why I chose Norse/Babylonian/Native American mythology for the trilogy.

From Urban Planning to Urban Fantasy: PW Talks with Kira Brady
By Julie Naughton
May 11, 2012

Kira Brady’s studies in urban planning and historic preservation helped her create a fantastical alternate Seattle in Hearts of Darkness, the first in a paranormal romance trilogy.

2 comments to “Publishers Weekly Interview: From Urban Planning to Urban Fantasy”

  1. Julie Naughton
      · May 19th, 2012 at 12:02 am · Link

    So glad you liked it, Kira! Loved the book and hearing about how you crafted such an intricate and compelling world.

  2. Sherida
      · May 27th, 2012 at 8:25 pm · Link

    Great interview! Seattle, both real and fantasy, makes an intriguing setting. Looking forward to interesting reading while sipping tea.