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Tag Archives: women in horror
Death’s Garden contributor Mary Rajotte
Although we’ve never met in person, I was introduced to Mary Rajotte through the Horror Writers Association several years ago. I really love her ability to spin a story. When I asked her to contribute an essay to Death’s Garden … Continue reading →
Death’s Garden contributor: Rain Graves
I met Rain Graves x-many years ago through the World Horror Conventions. She told stories at several of the Morbid Curiosity open mics and had an essay in Morbid Curiosity magazine, too. In 2010, Rain invited me to the first … Continue reading →
Death’s Garden contributor: Denise N. Tapscott
I met Denise Tapscott on the Queen Mary during the 2017 StokerCon. She had just published her first novel, a sweeping story that begins as a Romeo and Juliet story and swells into an examination of power, responsibility, and family. When … Continue reading →
Death’s Garden contributor: Francesca Maria
Francesca Maria is a member of my local Horror Writers Association chapter, but we haven’t yet met in person. I’m hoping to pick up a copy of her Black Cat Chronicles comic book at the Bay Area Book Festival in … Continue reading →
Death’s Garden contributor: Trish Wilson
Six years ago, Trish Wilson’s alter-ego Elizabeth Black interviewed me about about my work on CemeteryTravel.com and the Death’s Garden project I’d started putting together on the final episode of her podcast The Women Show. She went on to contribute … Continue reading →