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Tag Archives: women in horror
I met H. E. Roulo the first year I went to BayCon, way back in 2015. The Horror Addicts Guide to Life had just come out and the two of us had pieces in it, which we read at a … Continue reading →
Dana Fredsti and I go way back. She wrote about Forest Lawn and her love for zombie movies in Death’s Garden, my first book about cemeteries. She wrote about surfing, ghost hunting, and working at a big cat rescue for … 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 →
Selah is another member of the Ladies of Horror group on Facebook. I asked her to come by to tell me about her most recent book. Selah Janel was blessed with a giant imagination, even if it made her gullible … Continue reading →
Marge Simon lives in Ocala, Florida. She edits a column for the Horror Writers Association newsletter called “Blood & Spades: Poets of the Dark Side” and serves on Board of Trustees. She is the second woman to be acknowledged by … Continue reading →