This episode is the second part of my interview with author and editor, Alex Woodroe, who is one of the geniuses behind the indie horror treasure that is Tenebrous Press. It dives right into the middle of our previous conversation. We look at the book industry from the retail and library side, and she actually interviews me with questions from other writers for most of this one. We focus on how book retailers and libraries discover your books and put them into the hands of readers. You can buy “In Somnio,” the book mentioned in the previous episode, using my bookshop.org link to support the show, as well as independent bookstores nationwide. Don't forget to follow She Wore Black on Twitter and Instagram, and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for joining us today.
Monday, May 30, 2022
Saturday, May 28, 2022
Thursday, May 26, 2022
Today, I’ve invited author and editor, Alex Woodroe, who is one of the geniuses behind the indie horror treasure that is Tenebrous Press. We talk about “In Somnio,” their collection of modern gothic short stories, as well as the innovative place they have carved out as a young publisher. I’ve divided this episode into two parts, so transitions aren’t quite the same as in a normal show. The second episode is a look at the book industry from the retail and library side. She actually interviews me for that one, so stay tuned for that show if you’re interested in finding out how book retailers and libraries find your books and put them into the hands of readers. Thanks for joining us today.
Friday, May 20, 2022
Today, I’ve invited author, LP Hernandez, who I was lucky enough to meet at Ghoulish Book Festival in San Antonio prior to our recording. We talk about his upcoming novella, "Stargazers," from Sadie Hartman's Dark Heart imprint, as well as his impressive short story collection, “The Rat King,” which has a number of stories featured on the No Sleep Podcast.
|Me and LP at Ghoulish Book Festival|
Thursday, May 12, 2022
Today, I’ve invited horror author, Josh Malerman, to talk about Anne Rice. He has been reading through her books and wanted to chat about both her vampire and witch series. I was more than happy to oblige. We talk about her craft and world building, as well as the impact she had on horror, but we also take an honest look at some of her problematic elements both on and off the page. I am really happy with this well-rounded discussion and I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did. It was a real treat for me.
Thursday, May 5, 2022