Category Archives: #ReadLocal

Preliminary Ballot for the 2019 Bram Stoker Awards®

Congratulations to all who made the Preliminaries! I’m proud to have so many personal friends on this list. —AYS The Horror Writers Association (HWA) is pleased to release the Preliminary Ballot for the 2019 Bram Stoker Awards®. The HWA (see http://www.horror.org/) is the premier writersorganization in … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to the Real Edgar Allan Poe

Happy Birthday Edgar Allan Poe! If he were still alive, today he would be 211 years old… and probably a vampire or similar undead creature. Since Google has once again overlooked this important day, I’ll just celebrate it here. It’s … Continue reading

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Playing in the Slush Piles of 2019

Time for an accounting of last year’s submissions! Prior to 2019 I don’t think I’d ever submitted to much of anywhere. Because I started off self publishing from the beginning (and newspapers) I never explored that part of writing… the … Continue reading

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Review: Screams Before Dawn by Heinrich von Wolfcastle

Screams Before Dawn is a book after my own heart… possibly with a butcher knife. A collection of short stories by Heinrich von Wolfcastle (see interview), his writing style is vivid, visceral and entertaining. Dark humor hides in unexpected word play. … Continue reading

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Exploring Heinrich von Wolfcastle

Have you met Heinrich von Wolfcastle? You’d remember him if you did. Relatively new to the horror writer scene, his work is drenched in thrills, acidic humor and blood—among other things. He also happens to be my ‘mentee’ from the Horror … Continue reading

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S&T #133 and #134 Audio Issue Available

For those who like to listen, the audio issues of Space and Time are now available almost everywhere for $4.99. Audible is currently in the approval process and will soon be added to the list of 42 apps that currently … Continue reading

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Happy Solstice! Unboxing #135

This year’s last issue of Space and Time magazine is ready to be sent out into the world. I know I say this about every issue, but this is my favorite issue to date. Issue #135 is brimming with brilliance. … Continue reading

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From the Heart of Madness: John Baltisberger

Angela—You’ve recently published The Configuration Discordant with Things in the Well. Such an interesting name… what does it mean to you and what inspired this collection? (find it on Amazon here) John B.—The collection focuses on various poetic forms, exploring all … Continue reading

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Space and Time Adds Editor

There will be an additional editor coming to Space and Time magazine—Luiz Peters will be coming to the team to curate submissions in original Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian. He will then translate the accepted poem or prose to English.  Submissions … Continue reading

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Reader Reviews “Suites,” I Read Reader

This week I got an email from a fellow poet and author named Amy Langevin. She read Bitter Suites, took the time to leave a review on Amazon and then took even more time to send me an email telling me … Continue reading

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