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The Stories Not Told: An Interview with Jay Wilburn

Interview conducted by George Daniel Lea on April 20, 2016. It was my pleasure recently to catch up with Jay Wilburn, a prominent writer in independent horror circles (as well as other arenas), whose work ranges from novels such as Time Eaters and Hollywood Hellmouth to short story collections such […]

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Joe McKinney Explores the Dark Stuff — Interview

Joe McKinney’s story “Oh Fuck, it’s the Cops!” can be found in our latest horror anthology, Truth or Dare. The anthology is a shared-world collaboration between many different authors in the horror industry; each story takes place in the same town, on the same Halloween night, at the same bonfire. […]

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Featured Interview: Jay Wilburn

  Max Booth III: Your novel, Loose Ends, was recently released in paperback by Hazardous Press. Would you like to tell us a little about the book? Jay Wilburn: I decided to mess up a perfectly good, zombie story by adding plot, character development, and emotional resonance. I also thought […]

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Featured Interview: Lori Michelle

  Max Booth III: Hello, Lori. Thank you for stopping by and answering a few questions. I understand you are the co-owner of an amazing new company called Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing. Why the hell would you be doing that? And nevermind the fact that I am the other co-owner […]

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Guest Author – Mark Scioneaux

On Hollow Shell and why the Zombie Genre is Coming Back from the Dead By: Mark C. Scioneaux I cannot speak for all horror writers, but I think the first subject an aspiring writer tries to tackle is the zombie novel. There are a few reasons why the zombies are […]

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The show must go on…Interview with Chris Thorndycroft

David AET, Dark Moon Digest: Last Writes Blog (DMD): The story you have had published in Issue #3 of Dark Moon Digest “Cirque des Façades” really has a rich back story and a classic horror story feel to it, it is a must read. Is there more to the story […]

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What doesn’t eat you makes you weirder…Interview with C.W.LaSart

David AET, Dark Moon Digest: Last Writes Blog (DMD): I have seen many an artist use a canvas name to sign paintings, so we won’t go into whether or not you use a Nome de plum, but do you find creating a persona as a writer helps you be more […]

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An Zany Interview with “Death by Scrabble” Author, Charlie Fish

Every now and again, you stumble across an author who has both humor and horror all balled up together in his writing sock drawer. Charlie Fish, author of “Death by Scrabble” and “Killing Mildred”, as well as screenwriter of the award-winning short film, “The Man Who Married Himself”, is just […]

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