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And what do YOU have to say? – M. A. BUCKO – interview no.1

on 11/02/2015


Modern authors have a lot to say. They are the thinkers of today, raised on the books of the great from the past, and now adding their own spice to the written word.
The world of publishing has changed, and, much like Don Quijote, modern authors battle the windmills of self-publishing and self-promotion, as the readers and the public rarely realize the times of the big breaks in the publishing industry are long gone. However, dreamers never quit, and these dreamers have a lot to say.
This is part of a series of interviews with rising authors, trying to make their way into your minds, hearts and dreams, your e-readers and bookshelves. I hope you enjoy the interviews and check out their books.

There is a story for everyone. Just read!


1.Would you call yourself a fantasy fan and why?

I like to explore. I like to play with imagination. Fantasy is one of the possible methods.

2. When you started writing Odes, what did you want to achieve?

I wanted to understand life better.

3. Who is your primary reader – the person you let read and comment your work before anyone else?

The one who is ready. I don’t care about target groups.

4. How do comments and reviews affect you?

 I like all feedback. Happy people see the positive sides, the angry express their anger. Constructive discussion is always good.

5. What do your friends and family think about you as a writer?

I didn’t ask.

6. What message do you want to send through your writing?

Learn your dream.

7. Would you like to try writing in a different genre? Which and why?

Genres don’t matter to me. I once wrote more than one thousand poems, more than a hundred of short stories and one of my books on Amazon is a set of careless photos of mathematical notes.

8. What is the one genre you think you would never write?

The “never” questions can only be answered in really trivial cases. I don’t know about such a genre.

9. If you could interview any famous person in human history, who would it be and what would you ask?

Thousands of them, starting from Gautama Buddha and Jesus Christ. I would love to talk to Tesla, Feynman, Gauss, Riemann, Picasso, Beethoven, Bach, Michelangelo, da Vinci and many others.

10. How much science/fact is there behind your fiction?

It’s mostly the discussion of facts in a colorful language. Our concepts are so multidimensional that the negations of *true* statements are also deeply *true* (see: Niels Bohr). Besides, rigor is overrated and our facts are like our axioms.. not so self-evident anymore. The word “trivial” is getting deprecated. 

11. Would you like to add anything about your current work or send a message to the readers?

Define what happiness means to you. Be yourself.



(All data provided in this interview has been approved by the interviewed author prior to publishing.)

Michael’s book on Amazon
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Anita Kovacevic


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