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[Continuing our series of interviews centered around Myths, Moons, and Mayhem, we sit down for a Fast Five with author Greg Kosebjorn.]

 
BookMusings: Your story, “Squatchin’,” is set in the wilds of Oregon. Why a story centered around the hunt of Bigfoot? What drew you to that idea and location?
 
Greg Kosebjorn: I love the Pacific Northwest, and indeed most of my erotic fiction is set there. My intent for the story was to build a scenario around two men camping, and I wanted a reason for them to be there. Bigfoot is a large part of Oregon lore, and I thought it would be interesting to have at least one of the partners involved in the research. I also thought if the other partner wasn’t so much into it that it would create a good dynamic between the characters.

BookMusings: What sort of research went into this story? What is your favorite tidbit of Sasquatch lore?
 
Greg Kosebjorn: I’ve always been interested in Bigfoot, ever since I saw that famous 1967 Patterson-Gimlin film as a kid. It was both terrifying and fascinating to me. As I got older, I became more interested in the hunters themselves. Some of them are quite emphatic about their beliefs. 

BookMusings: Where can readers find out more about you and your work?
 
Greg Kosebjorn: I have a Tumblr blog and a Twitter presence (@gkosebjorn) but they are both very NSFW. Readers can also find me on Goodreads.

BookMusings: What other projects are you working on?
 
Greg Kosebjorn: I’ve been focusing on non-erotica projects for the past couple of years, and hope to have a novel out in the near future. I’m also looking at putting out a second book of erotic short stories.

BookMusings: Which book fairs, conventions, or other events will you be attending in the foreseeable future?
 
Greg Kosebjorn: Because I write erotica under a pseudonym, you probably won’t find me setting up shop at any events. However, you never know where I might show up as a fanboy. ;)
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[Continuing our series of interviews centered around Myths, Moons, and Mayhem, we sit down today with Morgan Elektra.]

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[A Fast Five interview with Clare London, author of numerous m/m romance novels and short stories -- and a fellow contributor to Myths, Moons, and Mayhem: Paranormal Gay Menage and Erotic Romance (Sexy Little Pages).]

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Title: Spectred Isle (Green Men Book One)

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Series: The Warriors of Love and Magic

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