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Tag Archives: Women in Horror Month
Death’s Garden contributor Rena Mason
I’m pretty sure I met Rena Mason at one of the World Horror Conventions back in the day, but I got to know her in 2012 when we both attended the Haunted Mansion Writers Retreat. I was honored to edit … Continue reading →
Death’s Garden contributor Angela Yuriko Smith
I haven’t yet met Angela Yuriko Smith in person, but we keep intersecting online. I interviewed her for this blog four years ago, after her book The Bitter Suites came out. She published my story “The Arms Dealer’s Daughter” in … Continue reading →
Death’s Garden contributor: Priscilla Bettis
I “met” Priscilla Bettis several years ago when the Horror Writers Association put us in touch. She is a voracious reader whose blog is a fascinating record of her interests and pursuits. Her haunting novella The Hay Bale came out … Continue reading →
5 Questions for Sumiko Saulson
I “met” Sumiko Saulson for the first time when she was kind enough to include me in a list of Bay Area horror writers for a piece she wrote for the Examiner Online. After that, we kept running into each … Continue reading →
5 Questions with AF Stewart
I met Anita Stewart last year through a group of women horror writers on Facebook. She was kind enough to allow me to guest post on her blog last October, when I was finding homes for a series of cemetery … Continue reading →