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Tag Archives: werewolf
Nina Soden was kind enough to feature Angelus Rose on her blog earlier in the year, so I offered to return the favor. Nina has always been creative, be it art, theatre, film. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Theatre … Continue reading →
I met Sheryl R. Hayes at BayCon, my local SFF convention that takes place over Memorial Day weekend each year. Sheryl usually has an amazing crocheted dragon perched on her shoulder or some fabulous handmade dress. She’s also an author. … Continue reading →
I met Michelle Lane at a horror convention several years ago. While we were standing around at the reception for the Stoker nominees, I asked what she was working on. She told me about this amazing book…which is coming out … Continue reading →
Jessica Meats is a British science fiction author with a master’s degree in mathematics and computer science. Her first book, Child of the Hive, was published in 2009. Since then, she has written a number of novels, novellas, and a … Continue reading →
My story “Elle a Vu un Loup” appeared in Weirdbook #40 at the end of last year. In the story, Alondra DeCourval travels to Mackinac Island to face a monster that has terrorized the close-knit community. You can check out … Continue reading →