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Nina Soden was kind enough to feature Angelus Rose on her blog earlier in the year, so I offered to return the favor. Nina has always been creative, be it art, theatre, film. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Theatre … Continue reading →
Last October, I interviewed Jonathan Fortin about his novel Requiem in Frost, about a girl in Norway who moves into a house haunted by the ghost of a murdered black metal musician. Since then, he’s had another new book come … Continue reading →
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 Sheryl R. Hayes at BayCon, my local SFF convention that takes place over Memorial Day weekend each year. Sheryl usually has an amazing crocheted dragon perched on her shoulder or some fabulous handmade dress. She’s also an author. … 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 →