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Tag Archives: women of color in horror
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 →
I met Denise Tapscott last year on the Queen Mary during 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. Denise … Continue reading →
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 →