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Suspended in Dusk II: Alan Baxter

Today’s SiD2 guest at the blog is the inimitable Alan Baxter.

1. What was the inspiration for your SiD2 story, “Crying Demon”?

Two things. The first was that I wanted to address some aspects of bullying. I was relentlessly bullied as
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Shadows & Tall Trees #7: Robert Levy

Robert Levy is an author of stories, screenplays and plays whose work has been seen Off-Broadway. A Harvard graduate subsequently trained as a forensic psychologist, his first novel The Glittering World was a finalist for both the Lambda Literary Award and
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Horrorology Interviews: Mark Samuels

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Mark Samuels (born 1967) is the author of five short story collections: The White Hands and Other Weird Tales (Tartarus Press 2003), Black Altars (Rainfall Books 2003), Glyphotech & Other Macabre Processes (PS Publishing 2008), The Man who Collected Machen & Other
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The 2nd Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Richard Jay Goldstein

goldsteinRichard Jay Goldstein has been writing fiction and non-fiction for a bit over twenty-five years. He lives with his wife and kids and grandkids in the mountains east of Santa Fe, New Mexico, where it’s still pretty quiet, thanks. He’s a lapsed
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The 2nd Spectral Book of Horror Stories: Adrian Cole

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Adrian Cole began writing at the tender age of 10, although he wasn’t ready to submit professionally until he was much older – at 19. His first published work was a ghost story for IPC magazines in 1972, followed
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Love and Other Poisons by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

loveandotherNot content with being a most excellent editor and publisher, Silvia Moreno-Garcia insists upon being a kick-ass writer as well. Here she talks about her collection Love & Other Poisons. Check out the Innsmouth Free Press site.

1. So what should
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Innsmouth Free Press, anyone?

Innsmouth Free Press issue number 5 has been released into the wild!

This time, we offer you eight tales of horror and the bizarre, a number of them connected by the thread of dark gods. Sword-and-sorcery meets horror in “The Song of Tussagaroth”, while a deity of the forest haunts a
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