Linda Addison born in Philadelphia, PA is an American poet and writer of horror, fantasy, and science fiction. Addison is the first African-American winner of the HWA Bram Stoker Award®, which she won four times for her collections Consumed, Reduced to Beautiful Grey Ashes (2001) and Being Full of Light, Insubstantial (2007) and How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend (2011) and Four Elements (2014). You can find her at lindaaddisonpoet.com. We talked about the shifting landscape of horror lit from the 70's to the present, poetry, Fairy Tales, Feminism, & so much more!
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Wytovich is the Poetry Editor for Raw Dog Screaming Press, an adjunct at Western Connecticut State University and Point Park University, and a mentor with Crystal Lake Publishing. Her Bram Stoker Award-winning poetry collection, Brothel, earned a home with Raw Dog Screaming Press alongside Hysteria: A Collection of Madness, Mourning Jewelry, An Exorcism of Angels, and Sheet Music to My Acoustic Nightmare. Her debut novel, The Eighth, is published with Dark Regions Press. We talked about Tragedy Queens & Sylvia Plath, horror, magic, Black Mirror, social media, & had lots of laughs. Follow Wytovich at http://www.stephaniewytovich.com/ and on twitter @SWytovich
Molly Tanzer is the British Fantasy and Wonderland Book Award-nominated author of Vermillion and The Pleasure Merchant. We talked about her newest book, Creatures of Will & Temper, geeked out about Oscar Wilde, Victorian lit, Harry Potter, & her strange obsession with ginger. Find her at mollytanzer.com & follow her @molly_the_tanz on Twitter or @molly_tanzer on Instagram.
Rios de la Luz is a queer xicana/chapina author of the short story collection, The Pulse Between Dimensions and The Desert and the novella, Itzá. She lives in El Paso with the love of her life and her beautiful dog. We tallked about magic, dreams, Korean dramas, & dealing with trauma through art.
Born and raised in a small harbor town in the south of Ireland, Kealan Patrick Burke knew from a very early age that he was going to be a horror writer. He has written five novels, over a hundred short stories, six collections, and edited four acclaimed anthologies. In 2004, he was honored with the Bram Stoker Award for his novella The Turtle Boy.
Lucas Mangum is the author of Flesh and Fire, Mania, Engines of Ruin, and Gods of the Dark Web. He currently lives in Austin. His podcast, The Mangum Show, can be found on iTunes and Podomatic. Follow him on Twitter @LMangumFiction.
Andrew Goldfarb is a multi-mediumistic artist of the fanciful and macabre. He performs as the Slow Poisoner one man band, draws a comic strip called Ogner Stump, writes an advice column for PORK magazine, and paints laughing hyenas and zombified Elvises on black velvet. He's also written five Bizarro book for Eraserhead Press, the latest being "Midnight Earwig Buffet."
Maxwell Bauman is the author of The Anarchist Kosher Cookbook, out now from CLASH Books, which will give you the recipe for a Nazi skinhead killing Golem, along with hilarious, irreverent tales of horny ghost virgins, burning bushes (literally , Baphomitzvah's & more! You can find him @MaxwellBauman
Cooper Wilhelm is the coolerst warlock of indie lit. His new book of poetry, Dumbheart/Stupidface, out now with Civil Coping Mechanisms. He tweets @cooperwilhelm
Beach Sloth is an internet phenomenon, an enigma, an alt lit weirdo & a really cool dude. We talked about crust punks, gentrification, aliens, & the weirdness of moving from NYC to the country. Find him on Twitter @Beach_Sloth, Facebook @DamnItFeelsGoodtobeaBeachSloth, & beachsloth.com