Monthly Archives: September 2017

Soon…199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die

We’re about a week away from the publication of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die.  The book has already been sighted on the shelves at Christopher’s Books in San Francisco. Borderlands Bookstore has the poster in its window.  I’ve … Continue reading

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Behind Guardian of the Golden Gate

I’ve been writing stories about Alondra DeCourval for years and years. “Guardian of the Golden Gate,” which just appeared in the Strange California anthology, is the tenth to be published. The others have appeared in the books Best New Horror … Continue reading

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Wings Unseen

I met Rebecca Gomez Farrell almost a year ago, when she came to Martuni’s for the Literary Speakeasy. We read together in March when she set up the Broad Universe RFR at FogCon and again in August at the Octopus … Continue reading

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4-Question Interview: Loren Rhoads

Originally posted on The Merry Ghost Hunter:
In a recent online discussion, I tried to boil down the difference between occult detective fiction and urban fantasy to simple math: “5 vampires per 7 billion humans = occult detective. 1 billion…

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Death Salon Seattle

It’s taken me all week to decompress from my jam-packed weekend in Seattle. This was the seventh Death Salon (the third I’ve attended) and I met so many amazing, curious — dare I say morbid — people from around the … Continue reading

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