A Complex Accident of Life in La Belle Ajar: A Duo Interview featuring Jessica McHugh and Adrian Ernesto Cepeda
A Complex Accident of Life in La Belle Ajar
A Duo Interview featuring
Jessica McHugh and Adrian Ernesto Cepeda
When I first devoured Jessica McHugh’s A Complex Accident of Life, I immediately shared on social media how much I loved and adored this blackout poetry collection as I raved More than just a collection of verses, A Complex Accident of Life is living breathing poetic masterwork of art. I wanted to know the impetus and inspiration...
Guest Post: Prose Mechanics Evolution: How the Writing Process has Changed Over the Past 45 Years by Ronald Kelly
PROSE MECHANICS EVOLUTION!
How the Writing Process has Changed Over the Past 45 Years
By Ronald Kelly
A random comment or two on a Twitter post a few days ago led Sadie Hartmann (known by those of us who love and cherish her as Mother Horror) to ask me to elaborate on the way writers have performed the physical process of turning prose into the printed word over the years. In my case, it has been 45 years since the writing bug first bit me – rather hard – at the age...
“An Apology (of Sorts) from the Doldrums”
A dispatch from the apocalypse from Ronald Malfi
Ah, good children: We are here, together, in the thick of it, staring at our quaking palms, sweating, casting sideways glances at a darkening sky, suddenly distrustful of the crude proximity of our fellow humans. Are we all going to die? Yes; eventually. Soon? Some of us, yes. You or me in particular? Hell, anything’s possible. But maybe not likely.
This, friends, is a dispatch from a universal Ground Zero, an S.O.S. flare-gun burst charging through...
I want to start this post off by thanking Sadie—not only for everything she does for the horror community but for everything she’s done for me personally. My family doesn’t read my books. I tweeted something about that on Twitter once and Sadie picked up a copy of my YA horror novel BLOOD AND WATER. She continues to support me and advocate for me and I cannot say enough good things about her, but that doesn’t mean I’ll stop trying. Anyway, Sadie, I love you,...