Tag Archives: S.P. Miskowski

The Best of Both Worlds: S.P. Miskowski

1. What do new readers need to know about S.P. Miskowski? 

The core of my writing is to ask what it means to be human in an indifferent universe. The horror is essential. The humor is intentional. The darkness is always with us.
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The Horror, The Horror VII

So, I’ll be teaching this in July along with luminaries Lynda E. Rucker, S.P. Miskowski, and Michael Cisco – Writing Horror Fiction with Substance.

My week will be all about self-editing for writers, how to get your work into the
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New to Amazon: Home and Hearth

Home-and-Hearth_ebook-cover_v2Now that the limited edition chapbooks of Home and Hearth from the lovely Spectral Press have pretty much sold out, I’ve put it up on Amazon so that more than 125 people can read it! 😛

You can buy
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In the Light with S.P. Miskowski

miskowski_sp150The wonderful S.P. Miskowsi has released her latest instalment in the Skillute Cycle, In the Light. Knock, Knock, her debut novel, and Delphine Dodd, a novella, were both shortlisted for a Shirley Jackson Award. Black Static’s Peter Tennant has described her as “one of the most interesting and original writers
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Shock Room reviews Home and Hearth

1912502_10152349104439813_635754832_nThe very talented S.P. Miskowski reviews my Spectral Press chapbook, Home and Hearth, over in the Shock Room.

Go here.

I mean, please go here.

“Angela Slatter’s gift is for making what is strange seem plausible. She brings that gift to bear upon
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S P Miskowski’s Knock Knock and the Skillute Cycle

spSP Miskowski is one of the finer voices in modern horror fiction. Her work is tense, beautifully paced, and deeply, deeply perceptive as to the human condition and all its foibles, faults and perfections. She was kind enough to answer a few questions
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