Tag Archives: Alondra DeCourval

Alondra’s Experiments

“The three stories collected in Alondra’s Experiments are filled with sensual magic that whispers like velvet. Alondra DeCourval walks with monsters, magicians, and old and deep power. Be prepared to be absorbed into her world.” — Martha J. Allard, author … Continue reading

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Behind Guardian of the Golden Gate

I’ve been writing stories about Alondra DeCourval for years and years. “Guardian of the Golden Gate,” which just appeared in the Strange California anthology, is the tenth to be published. The others have appeared in the books Best New Horror … Continue reading

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All cemeteries, almost all the time

In the last week, I’ve been offered a Headstone of the Week feature at Legacy.com, invited to speak to a class called Over My Dead Body at the California College of the Arts, interviewed about 199 Cemeteries to See Before … Continue reading

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A Dark Valentine

Years ago, I wrote an Alondra story about the lengths she would go to for love called “Valentine.”  The story was podcasted on Wily Writers.  You can read it or listen to it here. An excerpt: Alondra had never done … Continue reading

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Putting the Morbid in September

This month was nuts.  My daughter started back to school and I was looking forward to settling back to work, but she was sick for a whole week and my plans got derailed. I had hoped to get Angelus Rose … Continue reading

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