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Tag Archives: science fiction
I met H. E. Roulo the first year I went to BayCon, way back in 2015. The Horror Addicts Guide to Life had just come out and the two of us had pieces in it, which we read at a … Continue reading →
I met Vylar in March at FogCon, when we were on a panel together. The subject was “Things I Wish I Knew when I was a Debut Author.” We ran into each other again in the Burbank airport on the … Continue reading →
Emerian Rich is a kindred soul, albeit with a much better fashion sense than mine. We’ve gone to conventions together, we’ve poked around graveyards together… This year we’re going to the Sinister Creature Con together! I interviewed Emerian in 2017 … Continue reading →
Elana Gomel is an Associate Professor at the Department of English and American Studies at Tel-Aviv University. She has taught and researched at Princeton, Stanford, University of Hong Kong, and Venice International University. She is the author of six books … Continue reading →
Ari Marmell is one of the authors I follow on Facebook. When he had a sale on some of his ebooks last year, I snapped at the chance to buy them directly from the author. His work did not disappoint. … Continue reading →