The Old Testament is my favourite science fantasy reading.
I like fantasy. I've always been the kind of kid who likes to dream about other things I could be and exotic situations I could be in.
In the fantasy, sci-fi world, the fans are so discerning and they're so tough and they're so intelligent, and they're so critical.
You can't write about fantasy without being ridiculous.
Creating fantasy is a very personal thing, but you can't take the process too personally.
I don't feel there's any reason to apologise for having a wicked imagination. I think it's important as a maker of fantasy and of horror.
All fantasy should have a solid base in reality.
I love sci-fi and fantasy.
I always had this New York fantasy of living in a glass high-rise.
I have always loved fantasy; I think probably stepping through the wardrobe with Lucy in C.S. Lewis's 'Narnia Chronicles' was my first... →