Thanks to Sumiko Saulson for including me in Asian Heritage of Horror- a series of interviews for the Horror Writers Association.
Read it here.
Thanks to Mark West for an interviewing me about Ormeshadow over on his website. You can read the whole thing here.
When Sam Murphy’s seven-year-old daughter Janey starts to suffer night terrors, he does his best to assure her that Mr Stix – a voice from the shadows who says “mean things” to her – can’t hurt her.
Sam later finds the grotesque Mr Stix in the family bathroom and then his terrified wife tells him the story of her own childhood night-time fears.
Scott Edelman has a stellar and varied career as a writer. He’s worked in comics (for DC and Marvel), for TV (Hanna-Barbera and Tales from the Darkside), magazines (SCI FI Magazine and Rampage), as well as releasing numerous short story collections. He is a multiple Stoker Award finalist, Shirley Jackson Award finalist, and Lamda Literary Award finalist.
Scott’s been a Con goer for years and interviews people while having dinner with them for his Eating the Fantastic Podcast. This year he’s continued this with virtual meals and we shared a dish of Pappadelle.
I made my favourite dish by Yotam Ottolenghi- Pappadelle with rose harissa, black olives, and capers.
Super Relaxed Fantasy Club (SRFC) is a social gathering held in London once a month, promoting the enjoyment of reading fantasy, science fiction, horror, or anything with a bit of quirkiness. It’s continued online during lockdown and it was my pleasure to speak to GV Anderson.
Gemma is a hugely talented writer. Her short stories have won a World Fantasy Award, a British Fantasy Award, and been nominated for a Nebula. Her work can be found in Strange Horizons, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Lightspeed, and Tor.com, as well as anthologies such as Best of British Science Fiction and The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror.
There are more interviews and readings on SRFC’s YouTube Channel.
I am delighted to be featured on the Diabolique website, alongside my friends and fellow Undertow Publication authors, Georgina Bruce and Laura Mauro. We discuss writing, genre, influences, Cate Gardner, and politics.
You can read the entire thing at In the House of Wounds Fabulous Beasts Sing Their Sadness Deep…
The post was courtesy of Neil Snowdon, so my thanks to him for his kindness and support for our work. Neil Snowdon is the founder and Commissioning Editor of Electric Dreamhouse Press, Series Editor of the Midnight Movie Monograph line, and Editor of We Are The Martians: The Legacy Of Nigel Kneale. His writing has appeared in the pages of Video Watchdog, Rue Morgue, and Fear magazine, and online at The Digital Fix. He is currently at work editing Cine Fantome: The Electric Dreamhouse Book Of Imaginary Film, a new collection of film writing about films that don’t exist – but should – written as if they do, due for release later this year.
Andy Cox has kindly included me the lastest issue of Black Static with a review of the collection and an interview, both by Peter Tennant.
“The May-June issue contains new horror fiction by Steven J. Dines (novella), Kristi DeMeester, J.S. Breukelaar, Matt Thompson, and Nicholas Kaufmann. The cover art is by Richard Wagner, and interior illustrations are by Ben Baldwin, Vincent Sammy, and Richard Wagner. Regular features include Into the Woods by Ralph Robert Moore, Notes from the Borderland by Lynda E. Rucker, Case Notes by Peter Tennant (book reviews, including an in-depth interview with Priya Sharma), Blood Spectrum by Gary Couzens (film reviews).”
Thanks to the good people at Weird Fiction Review who have interviewed me as part of the 9th annual Women in Horror month. They’ve also reprinted “The Nature of Bees”, a story that originally appeared in Issue 38 of Albedo One and that is included in my collection “All the Fabulous Beasts” from Undertow Publications.