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Category Archives: author interview
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 →
I met John Everson through the zine Cyberpsychos AOD and the Death Equinox conventions at the end of the 90s. We used to run into each other over the years at the World Horror Conventions. John gave me my first … Continue reading →
I interviewed Sonora Taylor last year about her book The Crow’s Gift. She returned the favor by inviting me to stop by her blog to talk about 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die, as well as my Alondra stories. … Continue reading →
Although we share a last name and both grew up in Michigan, Roxanne Rhoads and I are not related. I’m not even sure we’ve met, although we are both fascinated by cemetery, history, and ghosts. All that means is that … Continue reading →
I met Jonathan Fortin through the San Francisco Writers Coffeehouse, when it met at the Borderlands Cafe. He was really serious about writing. It’s fascinating to see all his experimentation and hard work starting to pay off. I think we’re … Continue reading →