Tag Archives: New Orleans

New Alondra stories

I’m really excited to announce some Alondra news: First off, one of her new adventures appeared in Weirdbook magazine.  It’s been a goal of mine to be published in Weirdbook forever, so this is a dream come true.  The story … Continue reading

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Behind “Last-Born”

Whenever I start to write a story about Alondra DeCourval, I usually don’t have any idea what the story will be about. Generally, I’m inspired to write about her in a new location. I throw her together with some characters, … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Denise Tapscott

I met Denise Tapscott last year on the Queen Mary during StokerCon. She had just published her first novel, a sweeping story that begins as a Romeo and Juliet story and swells into an examination of power, responsibility, and family. Denise … Continue reading

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A True Halloween Tale

It’s time for the annual repost of the true story of my Halloween visit to the Westgate Gallery in New Orleans.  The story originally appeared in Morbid Curiosity magazine, then was reprinted in Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues. As this is … Continue reading

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The Mortician’s Gift

It’s time for the annual repost of the true story of my Halloween visit to the Westgate Gallery in New Orleans.  The story originally appeared in Morbid Curiosity magazine, then was reprinted in Morbid Curiosity Cures the Blues. (I still … Continue reading

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