Monthly Archives: September 2015

Books for Blood

Last year my friend Scott Burtness decided to donate a portion of his Oct royalties from his novel Wisconsin Vamp to the American Red Cross which is awesome, but he didn’t stop there. He invited also other authors to join in. Four authors … Continue reading

What Do You Do Again?

“So like, you just fix all the typos and then you get to have your name on the cover?” A few months ago I was talking with someone close to me–let’s call them Jack–about an anthology I was working and they … Continue reading

Fractured Friday: L.S. Johnson

Cover design by Jonathan C. Parrish, original artwork by Tory Hoke

For the next several weeks I’ve decided to call Fridays ‘Fractured Friday’ and use them to share news, contributor interviews and excerpts from B is for Broken. B is for Broken is the second title in the Alphabet Anthologies series. … Continue reading

Menagerie-related News

It’s Friday, and around here that usually means it’s Fractured Friday but we’re going to skip that this week because I have several bits of interesting Magical Menagerie-related news to share. We’re going to have a Facebook party on Tuesday … Continue reading

A Quick Word About Live Action Slush

I meant to write a nice, long, detailed post about this year’s When Words Collide when I got home from it with a nice, long, detailed section about Live Action Slush. But then I got home and there were deadlines … Continue reading

Fractured Friday: Beth Cato

Beth Cato -- photograph by Corey Ralston Photography

For the next several weeks I’ve decided to call Fridays ‘Fractured Friday’ and use them to share news, contributor interviews and excerpts from B is for Broken. B is for Broken is the second title in the Alphabet Anthologies series. … Continue reading

Interview with Anna Kyle

My friend, Anna Kyle, recently released her very first book–a paranormal romance entitled Skye Falling. It’s the first in a series and I’m almost as excited for her as she is for herself, so I asked her if I could … Continue reading

Corvidae Contributor Interview — C.S.E. Cooney

Over the coming weeks I’d like to share interviews that I (and Magnus) conducted with the contributors to Corvidae and Scarecrow. This week we’ll talk with C.S.E. Cooney. Much like Angela Slatter, C.S.E. Cooney never actually submitted to Corvidae, but … Continue reading