Monthly Archives: June 2018

10 (extra) spectacular speculative stories I read in May

Originally posted on Maria Haskins:
May was full of stories. Great stories, wonderful stories, frightening stories, EXCELLENT stories. So. many. stories. I share ten of them here, and there’s another ten for your reading pleasure at B&N: Read my short fiction roundup for May at Barnes & Noble’s SciFi & Fantasy Blog Faint Voices, Increasingly…

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DIVERSITY IN SMALL PRESS

Originally posted on WRITTEN BACKWARDS:
There has been a lot of discussion lately about female to male ratios within anthologies, and a lack of female presence and diversity in general. Lisa Morton, president of the Horror Writers Association, recently recapped a study from 2010 of Women in the Horror Small Press, which is around the…

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