Monthly Archives: March 2018

Behind the story “Valentine”

One of the central experiences of my life was when a friend’s brother, who taught gross anatomy, allowed me to visit his university’s cadaver lab. He allowed me to hold a human heart in my hand, an experience I will … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Wendy Van Camp

Wendy Van Camp and I met at the World Science Fiction Convention in Spokane a couple of years ago. We are both members of Broad Universe, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting, encouraging, honoring, and celebrating women writers and … Continue reading

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Behind the story “Catalyst”

My husband Mason offered to take me to Prague for my birthday one year. I didn’t know much about the city beforehand, except that absinthe was legal there and could be drunk in bars, rather than smuggled back from Spain … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Laurel Anne Hill

 I met local author Laurel Anne Hill at the first Horror Addicts reading I went to. Since then, we keep running into each other at our local cons.  I’ve been fascinated by her award-winning steampunk novel, The Engine Woman’s Light. Laurel’s … Continue reading

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FogCon recap

My home life is still…complicated. My kid’s headaches are still out of control and the weeklong treatment at UCSF in January only seems to have made things worse. Getting away to FogCon last weekend was the first break I’ve had … Continue reading

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