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Did Jane Austen Understand Horror Fiction?

Guest post by Emmy Z. Madrigal When you think of Jane Austen, you don’t think of a horror novelist. Her work conjures images of Regency fashion, tea parties, and a disapproving Mr. Darcy. That is because most people have never … Continue reading

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Never Enough 2021: Part II

This is the second half of my year-end wrap-up. Normally, I’d talk about all the readings I did, the convention panels I was on, all the people I met. This year, being what it was, I lived all my professional … Continue reading

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Never Enough 2021

Every year I recap the writing triumphs and disappointments of the previous twelve months. Practically every year I feel like I haven’t done enough. This year I didn’t do what I set out to do, but a whole lot of … Continue reading

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Reading “The Angel’s Lair”

“One night an angel named Azaziel walked into a club called Lost Angels. His presence was too much for the succubus Lorelei to resist. From that point on, it’s a race to see who can tilt the other into falling … Continue reading

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Visual References for As Above, So Below

I’ve talked before about the first photograph that inspired the character Lorelei in my original short story about the succubus who falls in love with the angel. The story sprang from a photo in Access magazine that accompanied an interview … Continue reading

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