Tag Archives: Women in Horror Month

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

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5 Questions with Martha Allard

What is your favorite scene in Black Light and why? I have a couple that I really enjoyed writing, because they were surprising. They told me things I didn’t know about the characters, or the story. The first one is … Continue reading

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Morbid February Wrap-up

The chief highlight of this last month was the publication of Fright Mare: Women Write Horror, which includes my Alondra story “Sakura Time.”  The story was inspired by my trip to visit dollmakers in Tokyo, as well as by Japanese … Continue reading

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Fright Mare: Women Write Horror

Fright Mare – Women Write Horror by Billie Sue Mosiman My rating: 4 of 5 stars There’s a good variety of horror in this collection, ranging from a nightmare Civil War mindgame to a Kafka-esque hurricane to families gone bad … Continue reading

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February is Women in Horror Month

My love of horror dates to my childhood, to Sir Graves Ghastly showing creature features on Saturday afternoons.  Or maybe it dates to Grimm’s Fairy Tales, where the Huntsman cuts Red Riding Hood from the wolf’s stomach and Snow White … Continue reading

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