Urbin Report

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Video interview with author Tom Kratman

By way of Blackfive.

I enjoy Mr. Kratman's books, but they are not for everyone. To give you an idea about this, here is a piece from a review of one his books. I agree with it, and I'm pretty sure that Tom Kratman does too. Hell, he probaby got a bit kick out of it, which is why it's on his website.

"Tom Kratman's A Desert Called Peace is practically the platonic ideal of epic Jacksonian war-porn. The printing process involves soaking the books in testosterone. It is so beautifully, terribly and gloriously Jacksonian, in fact, that merely reading the book carries the risk of pregnancy for unprotected women and metrosexuals." -- Albert Norman, connoisseur of fine literature.

There is a fair amount of political commentary and instruction blended in with his fiction, which I also view as a "good thing."

Interview Part 2

Interview Part 3

Tom Kratman Interview Part 4

Tom Kratman Interview Part 5