Category Archives: horror writers

5 Questions with Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald

I met Dana Fredsti in February 1990, which boggles my mind. Back then, I was living in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood and a friend brought her by. She wrote for Death’s Garden: Relationships with Cemeteries and many issues of Morbid Curiosity magazine, … Continue reading

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5 Questions with Erika Mailman

I met Erika Mailman last October when we both did SF in SF at the American Bookbinders Museum.  She struck me immediately as a kindred spirit. Officially, Erika Mailman is the author of four historical novels: The Witch’s Trinity, a San … Continue reading

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Live in 2017

Never Enough doesn’t really describe this year’s live events, because I’m pleased with how many times I got to speak or read in public. I’m not sure I could have managed anything more. Readings: FogCon Broad Universe Rapid Fire Reading … Continue reading

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5 Questions with Emerian Rich

I met Emerian Rich through a a Facebook group dedicated to women who write horror.  She invited me to contribute to The Horror Addicts’ Guide to Life, then invited me to join her — the first time I attended BayCon … Continue reading

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SF in SF: Women in Horror tomorrow!

Join us tomorrow — Sunday, October 29th — for a lively evening of reading and discussion with authors Loren Rhoads, Erika Mailman, and Dana Fredsti, moderated by Bay Area author, editor, and raconteur Terry Bisson. Join us early for cupcakes … Continue reading

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