To help share knowledge and encourage creativity, I offer The Little Create Interviews, five little questions with lots of potential. I hope you find the responses helpful and inspiring.


Alex Caine

Alex Caine lives in Los Angeles where he has made a name for himself in comedy. He has played in Tucson, Phoenix, San Diego, Sacramento, San Francisco, Dallas and many more cities across the United States. Caine mostly jokes about himself in a self-deprecating manner. He riffs a lot about his color-blindness and jokes about being Jewish, about why Batman should have chosen the hippo as his spirit animal, and about life in his day job as a manny. Alex regularly appears at Flapper’s Comedy Club in Burbank, CA. Check his site and Facebook page for dates near you.




Alex J Cavanaugh

Alex J. Cavanaugh has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and works in web design, graphics, and technical editing. A fan of all things science fiction, his interests range from books and movies to music and games. Online he is the Ninja Captain and founder of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. He’s the author of Amazon Best-Sellers CassaStar, CassaFire, CassaStorm, and Dragon of the Stars. The author lives in the Carolinas with his wife.




Damien Larkin


Damien’s debut Sci-Fi novel ‘Big Red’ was published in May 2019 by Dancing Lemur Press and is currently longlisted for the BSFA award for Best Novel. He is a founding member of the British and Irish Writing Community and their online magazine ‘Bard of the Isles’. When not turning terrifying nightmares into novels, he works as a Planning Analyst and currently resides in Dublin, Ireland.







P Andrew Miller


P Andrew Miller is an Ohio native and Miami University, Ohio, alum. Early on, his winning work was published in the Wooster Review and “The Year That Had a Santa Claus” was published by Midnight Zoo. To receive his MFA from Emerson College, Boston, he wrote a collection of short stories for his master’s creative thesis, half of which were later published. In 2000, he became a professor of creative writing at Northern Kentucky University and is currently the coordinator for creative writing there. His fiction and poetry are often speculative in nature but not always. In addition to fiction, P Andrew Miller also writes poetry and creative nonfiction.







Maxwell Alexander Drake

Maxwell Alexander Drake is the Lead Fiction Writer for Sony Online Entertainment's newest Massively Multiplayer Online Role playing Game - EverQuest Next! EverQuest is one of the oldest MMO franchises in the world. Drake's Genesis of Oblivion Saga is an epic fantasy saga that has won multiple awards including the 2009 Moonbeam Young Adult Fantasy Award Winner for Excellence in Literature and the Dragonroots Magazine Best New Fantasy Saga of 2009 Award Winner. Drake also teaches Creative Writing at writers conferences and fan conventions, including the 2014 San Diego COMIC-CON, where I was lucky enough to attend.




Pippa Jay

Pippa Jay is a die-hard Whovian, Scaper and Sith-in-training. A multi-published speculative fiction author, her works have won two SFR Galaxy Awards, a finalists position in the Heart of Denver RWA Aspen Gold Contest (3rd place), the GCC RWA Silken Sands Star Awards (2nd place), and the 2015 EPIC eBook awards in the SF category. Whilst living happily in the historical town of Colchester in the UK with her husband of 21 years and three little red-haired monsters, she continues to roam the rest of the universe inside her head.



Scott Coon

Scott Coon has been published in various magazines and has won accolades for his short stories. He served for six years in the U.S. Army as an Intelligence Analyst, including a tour in Kuwait where he received the Joint Service Achievement Award. Now a software developer for a major bank, Scott brings his computer and military experience into his work, along with a sense of spectacle. See his website for links to his published shorts and his papers on the art and business of writing.

LOST HELIX by Scott Coon, a sci-fi adventure/mystery. Available for Pre-Order Now! When his dad goes missing, DJ finds a file containing evidence of a secret war of industrial sabotage, a file encrypted by his dad using DJ's song Lost Helix. Caught in a crossfire of lies, DJ must find his father and the mother he never knew.