Ginger Nuts of Horror
Today's Five Minutes with is with Liam Davies. Liam writes horror/absurd fiction, has had fiction and poetry published in a variety of places and is now currently flogging his novels. In 2000, his debut play earned an M.E.N Theatre Award nomination for 'Best New Play'. Liam currently lives in Pendle Witch country next to a 17th Century graveyard and also just a stone's throw away Bronte country.
Today's Five Minutes with is with JG Faherty.A lifelong resident of New York's highly haunted Hudson Valley region, JG Faherty grew up amid Revolutionary War graveyards, haunted roads, and woods filled with ghostly apparitions. His varied professional career includes working as a resume writer, laboratory manager, accident scene photographer, zoo keeper, scientist, and salesman. He began writing fiction in 2001, and his short stories, poetry, and articles- have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies.
For more information about this book, or to arrange signings or readings, visit www.jgfaherty.com
I'm very honoured to have Lisa Von Biela over as part of my five minutes with series of interviews.
Lisa von Biela worked in Information Technology for 25 years, and still claims there is no application she cannot break in testing. She left the field to attend the University of Minnesota Law School, graduating magna cum laude in 2009. She now practices law in Seattle, Washington. One of her legal articles, a research piece published in the Food and Drug Law Journal, was cited in an amicus brief before the U.S. Supreme Court. She currently serves on the editorial board of the American Bar Association’s quarterly publication, The SciTech Lawyer.
After placing 37th in the Personal Essay category of the 1999 Writer’s Digest contest, Lisa began to write short, dark fiction. Her first publication was in The Edge in 2002. She went on to publish a number of short works in various small press venues, including Gothic.net, Twilight Times, Dark Animus, AfterburnSF, and more. The Genesis Code is her first novel.
Today's Five Minutes with interview is with RD Teun. RD is a horror author and avid reader.Who strives for a fantastical metaphor for the complexity of how we experience the world
Bracken MacLeod has worked as a martial arts teacher, a college philosophy instructor, at a children's non-profit, and as a criminal and civil trial attorney. While he does his best to avoid using the law education, he occasionally finds uses for martial arts and philosophy. His work has appeared in Sex and Murder Magazine, The Siren's Call e-zine, twice in Every Day Fiction, and most recently at Shotgun Honey He also has stories in the anthologies, The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes, Anthology: Year One, and Femme Fatale: Erotic Stories of Dangerous Women from Go Deeper Press. More anthologies are coming soon.
His first novel, Mountain Home is available from Books of the Dead Press
Jonathan Janz grew up between a dark forest and a graveyard. In a way, that explains everything. Brian Keene named his debut novel The Sorrows “the best horror novel of 2012.” The Library Journal deemed his follow-up, House of Skin, “reminiscent of Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House and Peter Straub’s Ghost Story.”
Samhain Horror will also publish his third novel, The Darkest Lullaby, in April. Look for his fourth novel, an action-packed survival horror thriller called Savage Species, this summer. His fifth novel Dust Devils, a vampire western set in 1885 New Mexico, will be published in February of 2014. He has also written three novellas (The Clearing of Travis Coble, Old Order, and Witching Hour Theatre) and several short stories.
His primary interests are his wonderful wife and his three amazing children, and though he realizes that every author’s wife and children are wonderful and amazing, in this case the cliché happens to be true. You can learn more about Jonathan atwww.jonathanjanz.com. You can also find him on Facebook, via @jonathanjanz on Twitter, or on his Goodreads and Amazon author pages.
One of Jonathan’s wishes is to someday get Stephen King, Peter Jackson, Jack Ketchumand Joe R. Lansdale together for an all-night zombie movie marathon. Of course, that can only happen if all four drop their restraining orders against him.
Justin Robinson was born and raised in Los Angeles. He splits his time between editing comic books, writing prose, and wondering what that disgusting smell is. Degrees in Anthropology and History prepared him for unemployment, but an obsession with horror fiction and a laundry list of phobias provided a more attractive option.
Justin and his wife Lauri Veverka recently started Captain Supermarket Press to publish his book Coldheart, the first book in the League of Magi series.Lauri sometimes designs stuff and likes to read Justin’s books. Sometimes she designs stuff for his books. She also updates this website.
They reside in Los Angeles with their 1.5 cats and extensive book and DVD collection.
From Bracken MacLeod and Books of the Dead Press comes MOUNTAIN HOME. Lyn works at an isolated roadside diner trying to save up enough money to start a new life far away from the small town where she grew up. When a retired combat veteran begins killing the patrons of the restaurant, Lyn’s world is turned upside down and surviving the sniper’s bullets is only the beginning of her nightmare. Navigating hostilities from both outside and in, she establishes herself as the disputed leader of a diverse group of people that are at odds with the situation and each other. Will she - or anyone else - survive the attack?
Hello folks, today's Five Minutes With, is with Erik Hofstatter.
Erik Hofstatter is a short story writer, who dwells in a beauteous and serenading garden of England, where he can be frequently encountered consuming reckless amounts of mead and tyrannizing local peasantry. At a young age, he assembled a Viking ship and journeyed myriad sea miles away from native land in search of plunder and pillage. His work appeared in magazines such as Schlock, Inner Sins, Sanitarium and Asylum Ink. Erik's axe is a loyal companion and never departs its master’s side.