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Category Archives: author interview
Juliette Wade and I keep running into each other at our local genre conventions. We’ve been on panels together a couple of times, even shared the table of contents of the Strange California book, but we never sat down to … Continue reading →
I met Thorn Coyle years and years ago, through Borderlands Bookstore. Although I barely knew them, Thorn contacted me just after my kid was born and told me that they were going to start writing in a cafe every week … Continue reading →
I met Ro Merrill last year at the Author Day at the San Mateo Public Library — and I immediately adored her. She has bright pink hair, plenty of tattoos, and loves cemeteries. We’ve run into each other a couple … Continue reading →
I’ve known Emmy a couple of years and count her as a role model. She is one of those people who lifts everyone around her up. She’s also relentlessly creative: writing stories, editing books, making crafts, setting up author events. … Continue reading →
John Urbancik and I met years and years ago at one of the World Horror Conventions. So many years ago that I can’t even tell you which one it was. The first of his books I read was Necropolis, a … Continue reading →