Author Interview

Queer Superheroes: Interview with Amara Lynn

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

Author Interview, Longread, Podcast

Author Interview ~ April-Jane Rowan on Folklore, Body Horror and Tainted Love

Meet the Author and the Gurt Dog Press Team April-Jane Rowan April-Jane Rowan was born with a morbid fascination that she turned into writing so she could explain away her strangeness. Luckily for her, she found she rather liked it, so for many years, she has been creating bizarre, dark tales. When not writing, she… Continue reading Author Interview ~ April-Jane Rowan on Folklore, Body Horror and Tainted Love

amwriting, Gothic Fiction, Pagham-verse

Spring Rush – 25K Word Goal

If you have seen the hashtag #SpringRush on Twitter you’ll know that accountability threads and aesthetics abound, and that writers are embarking on a writing challenge to get 25k words done between 15 Feb and 21 March. I don’t know if I will reach it, and I won’t be writing every day. But! Here are… Continue reading Spring Rush – 25K Word Goal

Book Review, Gothic Fiction

#AmReading: Spectred Isle by K. J. Charles

Spectred Isle by K.J. Charles My rating: 5 of 5 stars Brilliant I loved this book. We read it for a Gothic lit book club and I loved the world of 1920s London and the lost generation worked so well for this. The depiction of the War and the various experiences of those who survived… Continue reading #AmReading: Spectred Isle by K. J. Charles

Book Review, Gothic Fiction, weird fiction

#AmReading: Widdershins by Jordan L. Hawk

Widdershins by Jordan L. Hawk My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have been looking for some fun Lovecraftian fic for a while, and this hit all the buttons for me. I loved the Gothic elements of the setting and the characters, the reimagining of and/or nods to one of the better Frank Belknap Long… Continue reading #AmReading: Widdershins by Jordan L. Hawk