Like a lot of dads from his era, mine was barely knowable. He was a WWII veteran (Army Air Corps), and went to trade school on the GI Bill. He talked rarely of his service, but enjoyed showing us his photos of his Air Corps mates and of the Senegalese soldiers with whom he’d served […]
Discussing writing, The Apothecary’s Curse and so much more with the “A Fanastical Librarian” blog!
Bram Stoker Award-nominated author Barbara Barnett on After Hours AM podcast with Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen.
You might think that a four-day Horror Writers Association Convention (AKA StokerCon 2017), especially aboard the legendary Queen Mary (long-said to be haunted) would be a weekend of spooky stares, chilly gazes and furtive glances. After all, among us were writers who thrill their fans with slashers, werewolves, vampires, various other monsters (some human, some […]
As I look forward to attending next week’s StokerCon in Los Angeles aboard the legendary Queen Mary, I’m planning a series of blogs that takes readers behind the scenes of The Apothecary’s Curse. In this first post, I wanted to explore the locations I used for the novel (and perhaps hint at a couple other […]
How does a mild-mannered mom become a writer of dark SFF?