Monthly Archives: October 2018

The Best Day of the Year

I grew up on a farm, a mile down the road from the farm where my dad lived as a  child.  My parents knew everyone “on the mile”:  where they went to church, where they worked, whether they had kids.  … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Lori R. Lopez

I got to know Lori R. Lopez’s work through the secret coven on Facebook known as Ladies of Horror and she kindly offered to step up into my interrogation chair for an interview. Lori R. Lopez dips her pen in … Continue reading

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Ladies of Horror Flash Project

I have a little fairy tale up on Nina D’Arcangela’s blog this morning.  It’s about Alondra as a child, still fighting monsters.  Hope you like it. via Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Loren Rhoads @MorbidLoren @Sotet_Angyal #LoH … Continue reading

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Cemetery Stories at Litcrawl SF

Saturday October 20, 2018 6:30pm – 7:30pm Odd Salon: Cemetery Stories This Saturday night, as part 2 of the fabled Litcrawl in San Francisco’s Mission District, I’ll be joining Odd Salon Fellows Laura Rubin and Casey Selden for tales from … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Elizabeth Massie

I’ve known of Elizabeth Massie’s work for years, so it was an honor to share a table of contents with her in Fright Mare: Women Write Horror. Her story “Tintype” was one of my favorites in the book. Elizabeth Massie … Continue reading

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