Monthly Archives: October 2014

Death Salon interview: Elizabeth Harper

This weekend, the third Death Salon conference is taking place in San Francisco.  (There are still a handful of tickets available, if you’re interested, but the evening only tickets are sold out.) I am curious about the women behind the Death Salon … Continue reading

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Death Salon interview: Annetta Black

This weekend, the third Death Salon conference is taking place in San Francisco.  (There are still a handful of tickets available, if you’re interested, but the evening only tickets are sold out.) I am curious about the women behind the Death Salon … Continue reading

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Morpheus was Here

Earlier this year, I struggled with the decision to return my adopted cat Morpheus to the SPCA.  He had a very complicated immune disorder that led to problems from teeth to tail. After thousands of dollars and monthly vet appointments, my … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs

The Horror Writers Association is encouraging its members to post a selfie of themselves holding (or wearing) a sign that encourages reading, writing, or viewing horror.  Here’s mine. You can view the whole collection, which includes people like Peter Straub, … Continue reading

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A True Story for Halloween

Several years ago, I visited New Orleans for Halloween.  While at the Westgate Gallery — at that time, the world’s only gallery devoted to the necromantic arts — I met a mortician who told me a story that still makes … Continue reading

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