|St. Augustine in his study, from his Soliloquii, Florence 1491|
I have done a couple of interviews of writers which you can find at Strange Horizons:
Although not recently added to (a little software glitch I haven't overcome), I uploaded a bunch of short videos to YouTube, with readings of everyone from William Hope Hodgson to Eva Ibbotson. You can find those here. I offer a humble example below.
For some reason the embed isn't working so I will just link you to the original video via this photo of me as the Evil Queen being attacked by participants at VCon's Turkey Readings in 2010.
Reviewing Their Books
I also have an account with LibraryThing which I use to keep track of books I have read--not every last one, but most of them. (I usually don't bother if it didn't do anything for me either way.)
I frequently write brief reviews, usually of books I like. At times I am moved to write a negative review, but as I grow older and slightly wiser I am trying to be certain that I do so for valid reasons only, and not just to blow off steam. My interest after all is in encouraging writers and readers in reaching Beauty, Joy, and Truth, or at least good fun, and not just in beating my own drum, despite urges to get uppity now and then.
This is a slowly refining process so you may find reviews there in which I am less careful than I want to be. Feel free to point it out to me so I can go back and think again about what I really want to say.
So, here is the link to my profile at LibraryThing, and here is a handful of miscellaneous reviews from that site, to whet your appetite.