ZNN Interviews is Going Batty!

Upplet by Quirky-Middle-Child

Hello everyone!  It’s been over a week since we opened our public vote to determine who we’re going to be interviewing next.  And holy guacamole, this has to be one of the most voted-on poll we’ve ever put out!  With over 500 votes, the winner is obvious:

Congratulations Upplet!  Apparently y’all really want to know a lot about the massive mega-fic, When Instinct Falls, and the bat behind it!

And remember, if you want us to do more interviews, please continue to support ZNN on Patreon!  And if you aren’t already supporting us on there… well, we’d be really grateful if you would!  It makes interviews and other original content (such as podcasts, which we definitely want to do and is a goal we are very close to reaching!) infinitely more feasible.

Also, Patrons get to submit questions for the interview, so if you have something specific you want to ask him, that’d be the way to do it.

Check out the results of the vote down below!


  1. I see what you did there with that nice shirt. Whenever you hang out (pun intended) with your batty buds, the rest of us are reading dn, so you really are getting down when you’re getting up.

  2. There seems to be a lot of controversy surrounding this decision… I’m beginning to wonder if we should call into question the legitimacy of all those votes. I support writers just as much as the next guy, but I think we should be wondering how much of those votes are from serious email accounts. I should’ve voted for Elite Shade when I had the opportunity.

    • I would just like to take a moment to say that there is a logical reasoning behind the higher-than-average voter count, and the subsequently higher-than-average percentage in my favor. Not only did I personally offer many of my friends and associates the option to vote for me to show their support, but I also made some posts on various social media platforms detailing the circumstances of the interview and my inclusion in it. Said posts were reblogged by several accounts with multiple thousands of followers, therefore leading to a higher voter turnout, and a higher percentage in my favor. I have thoroughly discussed this issue with the owners of the accounts that reblogged the posts, and we all reached the conclusion that they are the source of the bolstered numbers. I would also like to personally apologize if you believe that my victory should have gone to someone else, and wish to assure you that I will do my best to provide useful writing and social advice in the interview.

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