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Category Archives: author appearance
I met Sheryl R. Hayes at BayCon, my local SFF convention that takes place over Memorial Day weekend each year. Sheryl usually has an amazing crocheted dragon perched on her shoulder or some fabulous handmade dress. She’s also an author. … Continue reading →
My friend Martha is crushing it this year. She’s already had a collection of short stories published (I interviewed her about it here) but now she’s got a novelette out called Speak My Name, which picks up on characters from some … 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’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 →