Tag Archives: Martha Allard

The Fatal Book

In 2005, the writers club I grew up in invited me to join them for a reading at the Borders Books in Flint, Michigan.  I was thrilled by the invitation.  This was the group to whom I first read my … Continue reading

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Martha Allard’s Black Light

Martha Allard and I started writing together decades ago. We’ve collaborated on short stories. I published her essays in Lend the Eye a Terrible Aspect and Death’s Garden: Relationships with Cemeteries. She published a faery tale of mine in Out of … Continue reading

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Lost Angels giveaway tonight!

If you’re coming to the Sponsors Party at the Borderlands Bookstore tonight, I’ll be giving out advance copies of Lost Angels, the new edition of As Above, So Below. Sorry for the last-minute notice! The book itself will be out on … Continue reading

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My Life with Bowie

David Bowie’s music was central to my writing and my life. I was in high school when one of my friends gave me The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars as a birthday present. The … Continue reading

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Raena’s Foremothers: Martha Allard

One of the things I wanted to look at in The Dangerous Type and its sequels was the idea of female friendship.  I wanted to capture how women change and grow together over the years. The model for the friendship … Continue reading

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