Meet Max Booth the 3rd, Editor-in-Chief of Perpetual Motion Machine. Managing Editor of Dark Moon Digest. Columnist at LitReactor. Co-host of Castle Rock Radio. THE NIGHTLY DISEASE! What got you interested in writing? I owed a lot of money to the mafia after betting wrong with the horses. My father always told me, if I […]Read more "Meet Max, he thinks he’s funny – you judge."
Hypertrophic Press is an indie micro press based in Huntsville, AL. The press publishes novels, short story collections, poetry collections, and a quarterly literary magazine called Hypertrophic Literary. It’s headed up by Editor-in-Chief Lynsey Morandin, Creative Director Jeremy Bronaugh, and Acquisitions Editor Madeline Anthes. As a whole, we really like stories that make us cry, […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Lynsey Morandin, Jeremy Bronaugh & Madeline Anthes of Hypertrophic Press"
Michael Arnzen teaches writing in Seton Hill University’s MFA program in Writing Popular Fiction and has won four Bram Stoker Awards over his 25+ year career as a horror fiction writer, critic, and poet. He experiments with format and has created everything from a musically-enhanced horror story audio cd (Audiovile) to a set of scary […]Read more "Getting into writing – a interview with Michael Arnzen"
What got you interested in writing? I was a voracious reader from the time I was a kid. My babysitter started reading The Hobbit to me and I got so intrigued that I started sneaking chapters when she wasn’t around. Then I started making up some of my own, which my grandmother, who wrote YA […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Cat Rambo"
Why did you start your publication? I wanted something for my own, where I have the full ownership, direction, and creativity over what I curate and how I curate it. I also wanted to build and cultivate a community where people feel supported and safe. What is the most gratifying element of publishing the written […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Nadia Gerassimenko of Moonchild Magazine"
I am Allen Ashley. I have been a professionally published author since 1982. I am the author or editor of fourteen published books. I am a British Fantasy Award winner. I live in north London, UK and mostly work as a creative writing tutor with six groups currently on the go. I am also a […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with British Fantasy Award Winner, Allen Ashley"
What got you interested in writing? I’ve wanted to be a professional writer ever since I was seven years old, when I first realized that someone actually wrote the books I was obsessed with reading! I knew from that moment that it was what I wanted to do with my life. Tell us a little […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Stephanie Burgis"