I forgot to share this before, but I recently did a podcast interview with Most Notorious True Crime Podcast, and the episode is now live here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-1375-murder-of-william-cantilupe-in-medieval/id1055044256?i=1000536864017 It was on the murder of William Cantilupe 1375 and the link he’s got up is to a 2-day creative writing class based on the murder and the source… Continue reading Medieval Murder: Podcast!
CWs: This interview discusses food in detail, the eating of food, the trust and lack of trust in food, contamination of food, and how food is used in the Gothic and horror genres to create destabilising and horrifying effects/affects. The transcript includes two videos, one a recorded free talk by Allie Pino on food and… Continue reading Author Interview: Alessandra Pino, co-author of A Gothic Cookbook
In this episode of the podcast, I got to chat to S. T. / Saint Gibson, author of A DOWRY OF BLOOD. The interview discusses the themes of DOWRY, the novel DRACULA and its various adaptations, including the infanticidal nature of the brides in those versions, and may contain spoilers for films like Van Helsing… Continue reading Author Interview Transcript: S. T. [Saint] Gibson
C. M. Rosens is my pen-name for fiction - I publish academic and nonfiction titles under my legal name.I write contemporary Gothic Weird fiction that comes broadly under the 'Horror' genre, and you can find all my work on this page! My pronouns are she/her although I'm more quoigender than anything. C. M. Rosens is… Continue reading Author Interviews ~ C. M. Rosens (it me!!)
Author Bio Amara Lynn has always been a quiet daydreamer. Coming up with characters and worlds since childhood, Amara eventually found an outlet in writing. Amara loves anything to do with pirates, villains and superheroes, and angels and demons.Amara is addicted to music and gets the most inspiration from moving songs and lyrics. When not… Continue reading Queer Superheroes: Interview with Amara Lynn