Exclusive Interview: “The Last House On Needless Street” Author Catriona Ward

 

As a lonely man who lives alone, I am acutely aware of how some people might suspect the worst of me, and do what I can to not arouse their suspicions, lest they find out what I’m really up ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “The Strange Thing We Become” Author Eric LaRocca

 

It’s October, and that means it’s time to read some scary stories (though, really, when is it not?). But while writer Eric LaRocca says the ones in his short story collection The Strange Thing We Become And Other Dark ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Weird World War III” Editor Sean Patrick Hazlett

 

People have long speculated how a third World War might start and play out. But in the alt-history military sci-fi short story anthology Weird World War III, we got to see what might happen if things got, well, ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “The Orphan King” Writer Tyler Chin-Tanner & Artist James Boyle

 

While there have been a lot of interesting versions of the Arthurian Legends — including ones where genders are swapped or the setting is changed from medieval England to a futuristic Britain — not many have dealt with the ...CONTINUE

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Star Wars: Republic Commando (2021 Remake) Review

 

As the recent Resident Evil remakes have shown so clearly, bringing an old game to new systems really only works when you update them as well. One has only to play the excellent revamps of Resident Evil 2 or ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Loosening Skin and Skyward Inn Author Aliya Whiteley

 

While people joke about how prolific Stephen King can be, Maine’s scariest son would be impressed with how many books Aliya Whiteley has either just put out has coming out. Especially if he read them. Not only was her ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Cryptid Crate CEO Matt Gorton & COO Mike Oreszczyn

 

Though there’s no proof they exist, people still love — and believe in — The Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, and other creatures known as cryptids. So much so that these urban legends have become cottage industries. But now you ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Infernal Author Mark de Jager

 

As with many fantasy authors, Mark de Jager freely admits that his, Infernal (paperback Kindle, audiobook), was influenced by Dungeons & Dragons. No surprise there. What is surprising is that, in the following email interview about, ...CONTINUE

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