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About Loren RhoadsI'm the author of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die and Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel, as well as a space opera trilogy. I'm also co-author of a series about a succubus and her angel. In addition to blogging at CemeteryTravel.com, I blog about my morbid life at lorenrhoads.com.
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 →
I’ve been appearing on panels at conventions since my first World Horror Convention in 2000, when I was on a panel with Michael J. Straczynski. I’ve never pulled all those panels together — and this will probably be of no … Continue reading →
I met Tyler Hayes in March at FogCon, when we were on a panel together. The subject was “Things I Wish I Knew when I was a Debut Author.” After he described his first novel, I was excited to hear … Continue reading →
My relationship with Ellie Sharrow goes a long way back. She taught the only Creative Writing classes in my high school. I took her class, did independent study with her, and was lucky enough to “student teach” one of her … Continue reading →