Exclusive Interview: “Bioluminescent” Editor Justine Norton-Kertson

 

Sometimes it can be difficult to keep literary subgenres straight, especially where science fiction, fantasy, and horror are concerned. Dieselpunk, grimdark, silkpunk — you practically need a dictionary to keep them all straight. Or, barring that, a really good ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Apex Magazine 2021” Co-Editor Lesley Conner

 

Six years ago, the staff of Apex Magazine chronicled their finest fictional moments in the anthology The Best of Apex Magazine: Volume 1. But in the new book, Apex Magazine 2021 (paperback, Kindle), they’ve taken ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “It Was All A Dream: An Anthology Of Bad Horror Tropes Done Right” Editor Brandon Applegate

 

When it comes to horror stories, we all have tropes we hate. But with the new short story anthology It Was All A Dream: An Anthology Of Bad Horror Tropes Done Right (hardcover, paperback, Kindle), ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “You Fed Us To The Roses” Author Carlie St. George

 

In the following email interview, writer Carlie St. George explains what went into — and was kept out of — her first collection of short stories, You Fed Us To The Roses (paperback, Kindle). ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Concerning Those Who Have Fallen Asleep” Author Adam Soto

 

When you subtitle your short story collection “Ghost Stories,” you’re setting expectations for what those stories are about, and like. But in the following email interview with Adam Soto, author of the short story collection Concerning Those ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “All The Hometowns You Can’t Stay Away From” Author Izzy Wasserstein

 

When it comes to putting together their first short story collections, some writers start out with a theme or a plan and stick to it. Then there’s writers like Izzy Wasserstein, who, in assembling hers, All The Hometowns You ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Even In The Grave” Editors James Chambers & Carol Gyzander

 

One of the many downsides of the current Covid-19 pandemic is how it kept us apart from the people we love. But it was a disconnect some people countered in different ways: playing online games together, Zoom-based book clubs, ...CONTINUE

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