Stephen King is the biggest name in horror literature. With many aspiring horror authors grinding away, churning out stories and books in hope to achieve just a sliver of King’s success, I can see why some MAY feel like they’re owed an assist. What do you think? Continue reading Does Stephen King Owe Aspiring Authors a Shout Out?
ChiZine publications has established a name and reputation in the horror writing community, but it appears that not all is well. According to various sources, ChiZine has problems paying their authors. Now, I totally understand that mistakes will be made from time-to-time, but apparently when authors approach them about a lack of payment ChiZine brushes them off. That’s never a good thing. I’ve reached … Continue reading What’s the Deal with ChiZine Publications?
We had Jonathan Raab from Muzzleland Press on the show and he talked about something that every horror writer ought to hear. He revealed a bitter truth that could sound jaded, but it’s a simple fact that you have to face as a writer. While that may not sound very fun, we spent a good amount of time conversing about the importance of the horror … Continue reading The Raw Truth About Genre Writing
Villimey Mist, author of Nocturnal Blood, talks about vampires, blood, and icelandic life. The show is at an unusual time: Saturday morning at 5:30AM CST because Villimey Mist lives in Iceland. About Nocturnal Blood: Anchorage, Alaska. A place where people don’t care if someone goes missing. A place where Leia Walker tries her hardest to hide from the world, wanting a normal life … Continue reading VILLIMEY MIST – Vampires, Blood, and Icelandic Life
Joe R. Lansdale on the Deadman’s Tome podcast. Watch the show live Friday at 9:30 PM CST Continue reading Horror author Joe R Lansdale
Leah Cutter is a full time author that makes a living from her self-published fiction. How is this possible? They say that self-published authors can’t earn a living and blah blah blah, but they can? Continue reading Leah Cutter – Full-Time Self-Published Author