Ginger Nuts of Horror
Armand Rosamilia is a New Jersey boy currently living in sunny Florida, where he writes when he's not watching zombie movies, the Boston Red Sox and listening to Heavy Metal music...
Besides the "Miami Spy Games" zombie spy thriller series, he has the "Keyport Cthulhu" horror series, several horror novellas and shorts to date, as well as the "Dying Days" series:
Highway To Hell... Darlene Bobich: Zombie Killer... Dying Days... Dying Days 2... Still Dying: Select Scenes From Dying Days... Dying Days: The Siege of European Village... and many more coming in 2013.
He is also an editor for Rymfire Books, helping with several horror anthologies, including "Vermin" and the "State of Horror" series, as well as the creator and energy behind Carnifex Metal Books, putting out the "Metal Queens Monthly" series of non-fiction books about females into Metal...
To celebrate the launch of For the Night Is Dark, the new anthology from Crystal Lake Publishing, I will be running a series of interviews from the authors featured in the book. First up is GN Braun
As a special introduction to the series of interviews I will be running for the THIS IS HORROR event next Saturday in Edinburgh, and the series of mini interviews for The Night is Dark anthology, I am honoured to have Gary McMahon over for another enlightening chat.
Today's guest is 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.
Today's guest is Hunter Shea. Hunter Shea is the author of the horror novels Forest of Shadows and Evil Eternal, both published by Samhain Horror. His stories have appeared in magazines like Dark Moon Digest, Morpheus Tales, Tabard Inn, The Harrow, and Ethereal Tales, just to name a few
Today's guest is Tim Marquitz. Raised on a diet of Heavy Metal and bad intentions, Tim Marquitz has always been interested in writing, but it wasn't until about 1995 the urge became a compulsion. However, it would be many years later before the ability matched the interest. Fortunately, the two have reconciled...mostly.
Barry Napier is the victim of the day. Barry Napier is the author of The Everything Theory series, The Hollows, The Masks of Our Fathers, and several other novels. He has had more than 40 short stories and poems published in print and online.He attempts to blend all genres (with a preference for the paranormal) while also bringing faith into the mix. He consumes too much coffee and enjoys obscure electronic music.
I am very honoured to have the fabulous and groovy Jenna Payne over for an in-depth chat about her stupendous film making projects. Award-winning filmmaker Jenna Payne is building up momentum for an indie film coup with a line of projects as diverse as they are similar. Fun films-to-be build on healthy doses of camp, vamp, and current events to create alternate universes that are surprisingly familiar. Hailing from southern suburbia, Jenna saved up her summer lemonade stand money to move to New York City in the fall of 2003. Jenna waited tables, typed up prose, and spun records in some of the city’s darker dens before realizing that she knew no one in publishing and had seen more films than eaten hot meals!
Today it is the turn of Nicole Cushing. Nicole Cushing is an author of dark, weird fiction. The Black Dog & Leventhal anthology Werewolves & Shapeshifters: Encounters With The Beast Within includes Nicole’s short fiction (alongside stories by Neil Gaiman, George R.R. Martin, Charlaine Harris, and Chuck Palahniuk). Her work also appears in the Cemetery Dance anthology In Laymon’s Terms . Several of her stories have been (or are currently being) adapted for audio presentation on podcasts such as Tales to Terrify, Pseudopod, and Cast Macabre.
In March of 2013, DarkFuse will publish Nicole’s first novella, Children of No One in both signed, limited hardcover and ebook editions.
Hello folks, today GNOH is proud to present an interview with Gregory Hall. Greg describes himself as a a silly silly man who writes horror and comedy and shopping lists. If you like any of those things, or are single and Amish, come visit!
A former stand-up, improv and theatre dude who produced such projects as CHARM CITY DREAMS, THE EARLY MONDAY MORNING SHOW and the annual BALTIMORE COMEDY FEST. A national Telly Award winner and was once hugged by Pat Morita.
He is probably better known to some now as the host/producer of the internet radio show THE FUNKY WEREPIG. Grab your moon pies and enter the No Pants Zone every Friday night at 9pm EST only at www.tmvcafe.com