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Category Archives: author interview
Interviews I’ve done with other authors
I “met” horror author Robert Holt through my blog at CemeteryTravel.com when he submitted a sweet, funny, romantic essay about his first date — that happened to take place in a cemetery. I’m excited to reprint the story in Death’s … Continue reading →
Christine Sutton is one of the remarkable women I’ve met through the Ladies of Horror group on Facebook. For Death’s Garden Revisited, she wrote a wonderful essay about her visit to the St. Louis No. 1 Cemetery in New Orleans … Continue reading →
This is the second half of last year’s year-end wrap-up. It’s taken me more than a week to pull together all the links to stuff I did last year, not because there was so much but because my dad fell … Continue reading →
Although we’ve never met in person, I was introduced to Mary Rajotte through the Horror Writers Association several years ago. I really love her ability to spin a story. When I asked her to contribute an essay to Death’s Garden … Continue reading →
I met Rain Graves x-many years ago through the World Horror Conventions. She told stories at several of the Morbid Curiosity open mics and had an essay in Morbid Curiosity magazine, too. In 2010, Rain invited me to the first … Continue reading →