The D/A Dialogues: Exploring the sometimes-fractious relationship between an author and the character in her head as they go about writing a book together.
D: The Druid, also known as Dubh an Súile mac Alasdair. D is a 1300 year-old Pict who took up residence in A’s mind over 13 years ago. He is a Druid, a warrior-prince and a time traveler. He also impersonates a god from time to time, when it suits his purposes.
A: The author, also known as Katie Sullivan. A has been sitting on D’s story for over 13 years. Fed up with his snarky comments in the back of her mind, A is determined to redraft his chronicle, and make it resemble something readable – timey-wimey plot holes notwithstanding. Learn more about Katie.
The dialogue between D and A happens two-to-three times a week. Not only do we give a snapshot into the meanderings of one author, but we also try to support, highlight and generally act as creative community cheerleaders. We hope you enjoy reading our dialogues as much as we (sometimes) enjoy having them!