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Monthly Archives: September 2019
It feels like I’ve known Trilby Plants forever. She was a member of the writers group that taught me to write back in the misty days of the 1980s. I had the pleasure of publishing a true ghost story by … Continue reading →
I’ll be at the Main Branch of the San Mateo Public Library (55 W 3rd Ave, San Mateo, California) on Wednesday night to read a spooky story and start the season off right. Joining me will be Emerian Rich, Jonathan … Continue reading →
I’ve interviewed L.S. Johnson before, but that was before I got a chance to read her brilliant story collection called Vacui Magia. (My Goodreads review is here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2954975503. TLDR: Angela Carter+Clive Barker+Neil Gaiman.) She’s also got a story in the … Continue reading →
I met H. E. Roulo the first year I went to BayCon, way back in 2015. The Horror Addicts Guide to Life had just come out and the two of us had pieces in it, which we read at a … Continue reading →
I met Gene many years ago at one of the first Morbid Curiosity open mics I hosted at a World Horror Convention. We’ve run into each other again and again at horror events over the years. This spring, I had … Continue reading →