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Tag Archives: women in horror
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 →
Stephanie Ayers is another of my Ladies of Horror. I’m thrilled to be able to chat with her about her brand-new book, The 13: Tales of Macabre. A published author with a knack for twisted tales, Stephanie Ayers is a coffee-guzzling, … Continue reading →
I got to know Lori R. Lopez’s work through the secret coven on Facebook known as Ladies of Horror and she kindly offered to step up into my interrogation chair for an interview. Lori R. Lopez dips her pen in … Continue reading →
I’ve known of Elizabeth Massie’s work for years, so it was an honor to share a table of contents with her in Fright Mare: Women Write Horror. Her story “Tintype” was one of my favorites in the book. Elizabeth Massie … Continue reading →