Quotes by: Walter Jon Williams
I've experienced writer's block, but never for more than a few days.
For every SF reader of that period, Robert A. Heinlein was also a touchstone.
I'm not afraid of werewolves or vampires or haunted hotels, I'm afraid of what real human beings to do other real human beings.
Working within the limitations of the shared world generally made the writing easier, because I didn't have to invent any of the characters or background, which is usually the hardest part.
The Rift, which was well over a thousand pages of manuscript, took two years.
If you can find collaborators whose strengths compliment your own, the result can be more than the sum of its authors.
I'm in favor of any technology that makes my work available to the reading public at a reasonable price.