Tag Archives: Sins of the Sirens

Behind “Still Life with Shattered Glass”

After I graduated from the University of Michigan, I got my first grownup job as the Undergraduate Secretary in the English Department.  It turned out to be a hell job that had burned out the last several women who’d held … Continue reading

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Dark Delicacies

In 2008, I did my first book signing as a “real” author.  Before that, I’d done events for Morbid Curiosity magazine for 10 years, but in those cases, I was showcasing the work of other authors.  I served as emcee, … Continue reading

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The full list of interviews, updated

Here’s the list of all the interviews I’ve done as of August 2019: The Chilling Chat with Naching T. Kassa went live on Horror Addicts.Net on August 9, 2019. Dark Ink magazine published an interview with me by Kate Anderson … Continue reading

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Dreadful Tales interview

How were you approached to contribute to SINS OF THE SIRENS? Did you know who else would be contributing to the anthology? During the World Horror Convention in San Francisco, John Everson took me out for a drink in the … Continue reading

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Reading vs. Writing

Do you remember the first book you ever read, and the impact it had on you? One of the first grown-up books I remember reading was Ray Bradbury’s The Illustrated Man. The poetry of the language blew me away. I … Continue reading

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