Monthly Archives: April 2018

5 Questions for Jennifer Brozek

I’ve known Jennifer Brozek through the Horror Writers Association for years. She was kind enough to invite me to guest post on her blog when the first edition of Wish You Were Here came out in 2013 (here, if you’re … Continue reading

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Bay Area Book Festival

This weekend, April 28 and 29, is the return of the Bay Area Book Festival to Berkeley, California. The book festival is amazing because it brings together authors, writers organizations, publishers, booksellers, and — most importantly — readers.  There’s nothing … Continue reading

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Alondra’s Investigations

The second Alondra chapbook went live this morning! In this book, Alondra discovers a book that unleashes earthquakes, fights the things that ghosts are afraid of, and makes the hardest sacrifice in New Orleans. The stories in Alondra’s Investigations were … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Nancy Kilpatrick

I’ve known about Nancy Kilpatrick’s work since the earliest days of Borderlands Books. We started to correspond back in the Morbid Curiosity days, when I had the honor to reprint her story about a haunted doll in issue #5. She … Continue reading

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Alondra’s Influences

When I was in high school, I read a book about a woman who was believed to be a witch but was actually just a misunderstood, transplanted girl from Barbados who ended up living with a Puritan family.  The book, … Continue reading

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