Monthly Archives: April 2019

5 Questions for Ari Marmell

Ari Marmell is one of the authors I follow on Facebook. When he had a sale on some of his ebooks last year, I snapped at the chance to buy them directly from the author.  His work did not disappoint. … Continue reading

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Behind “Something in the Water”

When my kid was a toddler, we spent hours and hours in the Academy of Sciences while it was exiled from Golden Gate Park. The museum was temporarily housed in a big warehouse south of Market Street, where I could … Continue reading

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5 Questions for D. H. Timpko

D. H. Timpko is a long-time reader of science fiction, fantasy, and mysteries. She and her husband, who she met at a science fiction convention, own over ten thousand books. They also own over a hundred paintings and prints. After … Continue reading

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Behind “Still Life with Shattered Glass”

After I graduated from the University of Michigan, I got my first grownup job as the Undergraduate Secretary in the English Department.  It turned out to be a hell job that had burned out the last several women who’d held … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Tom Deady

Tom Deady is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Haven (Cemetery Dance, 2016), Eternal Darkness (Bloodshot Books, 2017), and Weekend Getaway (Grinning Skull Press, 2017). He also has several short stories published and a nonfiction publishing credit with Rue Morgue magazine. … Continue reading

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