Geek's Guide to the Galaxy: F. Brett Cox Interview
Audio interview with David Barr Kirtley, June 11, 2021
F. Brett Cox returns to discuss his collection The End of All Our Exploring.
Geek's Guide to the Galaxy: F. Brett Cox on the legacy of Roger Zelazny.
Audio interview with David Barr Kirtley, May 14, 2021
Roger Zelazny combined poetic prose with fearless literary ambition to become one of the most influential science fiction writers of the 1960s. Yet many critics found his later novels underachieving and his turn to fantasy a disappointment. F. Brett Cox surveys the landscape of Zelazny's creative life and contradictions.
The Scariest Part - F. Brett Cox talks about The End of All Our Exploring
Interview with Nicholas Kaufmann, August 21, 2018
This week on The Scariest Part, I’m honored to host my good friend of many years and one hell of a writer, F. Brett Cox. And now, let’s hear what the scariest part was for (him):
"One of the writer’s tasks that sometimes gets less noticed than others is the need to reread one’s own work before it’s published. Technically, it’s proofreading, I guess, but in preparing my collection The End of All Our Exploring: Stories for publication, I found myself rereading the stories carefully, more than once, in some cases for the first time in many years. Happily, the task turned out to be daunting, but not painful. I did not cringe at beginner’s mistakes or find myself regretting my editor’s decision to publish what is, for all intents and purposes, my collected stories to date."
Eating the Fantastic - Dig into a lobster roll with F. Brett Cox
Audio interview with Scott Edelman, September 6, 2016
During Readercon, you got to share Thai food with Resa Nelson, eat a full Irish breakfast with Jeffrey Ford, and down donuts with a parade of 15 writers, editors, and fans. Now it’s time to say farewell to Readercon with a visit to The Lobster Stop in Quincy, Massachusetts for (what else?) lobster rolls … and F. Brett Cox.
The Art of the Future : Entry Points
Interview with August Cole, October 28, 2015
An accomplished writer, poet and editor, (F. Brett Cox's) short story Where We Would End A War explores a veteran’s homecoming at a future time when technology has made a soldier’s transition from the dangers of a war zone to the routines of civilian life a nearly instantaneous experience. The following Q&A explores how he came up with the idea for the story, what returning home might be like for future U.S. veterans and how he makes time for creative writing while teaching.