Tag Archives: Women in Horror Month

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

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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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