Peculiars magazine is a platform created with the aim of bringing awareness around mental health, through art. We showcase artists from all over the world: some are photographers, some are poets, some are illustrators, some are writers,… but they all have one thing in common: they’re fighting their demons. They’re survivors. Why did you start […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Célia Schouteden of Peculiars Magazine"
Jeremy C. Shipp is the Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of CURSED and the creator of the comic book series GLOBCOW. His shorter tales have appeared in over 70 publications including ChiZine, Pseudopod, Apex Magazine, and Shroud Magazine. What got you interested in writing? Years ago, while visiting a science exhibit during a school field trip, […]Read more "Getting into writing – an interview with Bram Stoker nominee, Jeremy C. Shipp"
Born the son of an unemployed coal miner in a tiny Kentucky Appalachian villa named Big Creek (population 400), Jason fought his way out of the hills to the big city of Lexington. He attended Transylvania University (real school with its own vampire) and received a degree in computer science. Since 2004, he has owned […]Read more "An Interview with Jason Sizemore of Apex Magazine"
You’ve been waiting and you’ll have to wait a little longer, but here is the list of those that will be featured in the first ever, Zeroflash anthology and the illustrated front cover by long term colleague, Sophia Johnson. Not long now. We’re also pleased to announce that the interactivity within the E-book will allow […]Read more "The zeroflash anthology is nearly here…"
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"