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5 Questions for Tim Prasil

I met Tim Prasil through the Occult Detective Quarterly group on Facebook. His blog has a wealth of information about occult — or psychic — detectives in fiction from the Victorian era to the present. I discovered he writes these … Continue reading

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Behind “The Fox & the Foreigner”

In 1994, my husband Mason and I went to Japan. It was my first time there – and his third. At the time, he was an electronic guitarist who traveled from show to show.  I was a farmgirl who’d never … Continue reading

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Alondra’s Investigations

The second Alondra chapbook went live this morning! In this book, Alondra discovers a book that unleashes earthquakes, fights the things that ghosts are afraid of, and makes the hardest sacrifice in New Orleans. The stories in Alondra’s Investigations were … 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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