Category: #PeopleCollection

  • NOT THE USUAL INTERVIEW: BRUCE BOSTON

    NOT THE USUAL INTERVIEW: BRUCE BOSTON

    I have the pleasure of welcoming Bruce Boston today. I’ve read his work—poetry and prose— for a few years and I’ve come to expect a unique spin on whatever he’s published. That, paired with a keen insight, never fails to give me a new way to consider things. His new short story collection is Gallimaufry […]

  • NOT THE USUAL INTERVIEW: MELANIE LANE FONTAINE

    NOT THE USUAL INTERVIEW: MELANIE LANE FONTAINE

    Poetry Month continues, and with it the interviews! This is a special interview. I’ve known Melanie for almost a decade. We met at SAY THE WORD open mic nights in Niceville Florida. We have read at many of the same venues in the Florida Panhandle. We both left the area, but we have kept in […]

  • NOT THE USUAL INTERVIEW: MAXWELL I. GOLD

    NOT THE USUAL INTERVIEW: MAXWELL I. GOLD

    Another poet interview for National Poetry Month, meet Maxwell I. Gold. A frequent contributor of poetry in Space and Time, he also has a short story in the last issue. I feel like I’ve known Maxwell for awhile through his poetry, but I am now getting to know him as a friend. And now… a […]

  • Meet Black Crane Grace Chan

    Meet Black Crane Grace Chan

    Next Tuesday editors and a few authors from the new horror anthology, Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women will be featured on the next Skeleton Hour, the Horror Writers Association’s monthly horror literature webinar series. Please join Lee Murray, Geneve Flynn, Nadia Bulkin, Rena Mason and myself for this event. You can register for the online event on […]

  • Interview with Allen Thobois

    How many times have I said behind every amazing manuscript there is an amazing editor?  No matter how good we are as writers, we are all blind to our own mistakes. That’s why it’s so important to have a second set of trained eyes to catch typos. And that’s why I wanted to introduce Allen Thobois […]

  • Interview with Amy Zoellers

    You are about to meet Amy Zoellers, a.k.a. Hipnness and Outrage, AuntieHipster… take your pick of monikers and buckle your seat belt. I met Amy first at Woodneath Story Center where Ryan and I have been taking classes to becomes certified story performers. Amy was also at those classes. I didn’t get to know Amy […]

  • Interview with L. K. Ingino

    I was lucky enough to come across L. K. Ingino’s work just prior to publication when I came on board to do some light editing. She works with horror and haiku… two of my favorite things. I was excited to check out her work. I wasn’t disappointed. Her work was fresh and spirited and a lot […]

  • R.I.P Frank W. Smith

    I called him Frank-N-Furter and he thought it was an awesome nickname. We co-hosted the JournalJabber show together a few times. A few people confused us for being a couple since we had the same last name. We did have a lot in common: horror writers, twisted humor, a love of insects, and photography. But […]

  • Issues from Space and Time About Issues

    Now that #137 is finished there are a few issues that have been brought to my attention. Why didn’t I get a rejection notice? Some of the rejections are apparently getting caught up in the spam universe and not making it through. We don’t understand why or where they’re going but we apologize and are working […]

  • Publisher’s Roundtable

    At a time when speculative fiction and fact seemed to have collided, three small magazine publishers have gotten together to discuss their viewpoints on the genre and the future of publishing. Join Scot Noel of DreamForge Magazine, John Linden Grant of Occult Detective Quarterly and me, Angela Yuriko Smith of Space and Time as we […]