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New Interview is Live, With Robert Stahl, Where We Talk About Spontaneous Human Combustion.

Robert Stahl is a student, peer, and friend of mine. He wanted to dig in deeper to my upcoming short story collection, SPONTANEOUS HUMAN COMBUSTION (out on 2/22/22 with Turner Publishing). Click on over and read his review as well as my thoughts on some of the stories. Warning—there ARE spoilers. Books are shipping now, […]

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Blog Tour and Interview: Rebecca Jones-Howe

Rebecca and I go WAY back, some 17 years or so to The Cult, LitReactor, and, Write Club—three forums and workshops where we hung out and honed our craft. I’ve published her work in quite a few places—her Vile Men collection of stories at Dark House Press, “Cat Calls” in the Exigencies anthology, and then […]

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Podcast Interview Over at The Ladies of the Fright

Thank you so much to Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera for having me on the Ladies of the Fright podcast. Such a wonderful conversation. Hope it inspires you all. ENJOY!

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Interview with Brian Hodge (Part Two): It’s All the Same Road in the End

Part Two of my group interview with Brian Hodge continues, with his second story in The Best Horror of the Year—quite the accomplishment. Read on! “It’s All the Same Road in the End” (Originally in The Mammoth Book of Cthulhu, edited by Paula Guran, and reprinted in The Best Horror of the Year, edited by Ellen Datlow.) […]

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Interview with Brian Hodge (Part One): On These Blackened Shores of Time

Last year I taught two of Brian Hodge‘s stories in my Advanced Creative Writing workshop, online. They were both pretty amazing. One of my students (Ian Vogel) reached out to Brian, and the next thing I knew we were sending him questions, and talking in depth about his stories. This is something I do with […]

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Ten Questions with Kelly Robson About “A Human Stain”

  I taught Kelly’s story, “A Human Stain,” in 2018 in my Advanced Creative Writing Workshop—as a story that stood out, over at Tor (a Nebula Award winner, too). I’ll teach it again in 2019, since it made it into The Best Horror of the Year anthology, edited by Ellen Datlow. I wanted to take […]

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New Interview at STORGY.

I did a lengthy interview at STORGY, so stop by and give it a read if you have the time. So much going on! We talk about Gamut, influences, current projects, films, books on writing, you name it.

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Complete List of Online Interviews by Richard Thomas

This is a list of interviews that I’ve conducted over the years, all in one place. More coming soon. Enjoy! With Noir at the Bar (Jed Ayres) at Walrus Publishing 7/2013 With xTx at The Rumpus 7/2013 With Amelia Gray at The Nervous Breakdown 10/2010 With Kevin Guilfoile at What Does Not Kill Me 3/2009

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Interview Up At Mourning Goats. The Goat Asks Me 20 Questions.

So, I finally got the call. I made the big leagues! Mourning Goats has been doing interviews with some of the most compelling, visionary, and talented authors out there—so many of my idols, mentors and peers. I’m thrilled that I got to sit down with the smelly beast and answer some of the most thoughtful […]

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Release the Kraken! My short story collection, Staring Into the Abyss, will be out later this year.

That’s right, my second short story collection, Staring Into the Abyss, will be out later this year from Kraken Press. It’s a collection of 20 dark stories, neo-noir leaning towards horror, and some of my best work to date. Want to know more? Head over to their website or just keep reading. We’re targeting March, […]

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