“Jazzed to journey through my childhood, to Little Red in the Hood, with Freud & Jung & Leza, the only thing missing was a gin & tonic over ice. Going to take care of the missing G&T now!”
Linda Addison born in Philadelphia, PA is an American poet and writer of horror, fantasy, and science fiction. Addison is the first African-American winner of the HWA Bram Stoker Award®, which she won four times for her collections Consumed, Reduced to Beautiful Grey Ashes (2001) and Being Full of Light, Insubstantial (2007) and How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend (2011) and Four Elements (2014).
Edited by Christopher Golden and James A. Moore
Aided by the Book of Shadows Editorial Committee: Linda D. Addison, Nadia Bulkin, Rachel Autumn Deering, Lamar Giles, Gabino Iglesias, Billy Martin, KL Pereira, and Lee Thomas
Published by Twisted Publishing
(a Haverhill House Publishing imprint)
I HAD A RAD TIME TALKING TO LINDA ADDISON. I AM AMAZED BY THE THINGS SHE HAS OVERCOME & THE GREAT WORK SHE CONTINUES TO DO. HIGHLIGHT FOR ME WAS WHEN SHE READ HER ‘LITTLE RED IN THE HOOD’ STORY. A REAL TREAT!
I ALSO TALKED TO STEPHANIE WYTOVICH, WHO IS A DELIGHTFUL, WITTY & WITCHY POWERHOUSE POET, HORROR WRITER & EDITOR. CHECK OUT HER NEW STORY IN TRAGEDY QUEENS: STORIES INSPIRED BY LANA DEL REY & SYLVIA PLATH & JOIN US IN THE MADHOUSE!
“We talked about life and writing in the same way that poets talk about love: straight forward and with no bullshit.” ❤
Wytovich is the Poetry Editor for Raw Dog Screaming Press, an adjunct at Western Connecticut State University and Point Park University, and a mentor with Crystal Lake Publishing. She is a member of the Science Fiction Poetry Association, an active member of the Horror Writers Association, and a graduate of Seton Hill University’s MFA program for Writing Popular Fiction. Her Bram Stoker Award-winning poetry collection, Brothel, earned a home with Raw Dog Screaming Press alongside Hysteria: A Collection of Madness, Mourning Jewelry, An Exorcism of Angels, and Sheet Music to My Acoustic Nightmare. Her debut novel, The Eighth, is published with Dark Regions Press.
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