Rosie Wylor-Owen is an award-winning urban fantasy author with a soft spot for all things paranormal. While urban fantasy is her primary genre, she has been known to dabble in epic fantasy, horror and crime. To date, her writings have been published in literary magazines Anti-Heroin Chic, The Fiction Pool and Ariel Chart and her … Read moreBritish black belt: Interview with Rosie Wylor-Owen, author of The Witch’s Touch
Christopher Galvin is a writer and short film director. His background is in Television and Film, with a B.A. Honours Degree in Video. He has written and directed short films which have being part of prestigious Short Film Festivals including the Galway Film Fleadh. His latest short film he wrote ‘Stuck’, has been on the … Read moreInterview with Christopher Galvin: author of Strings and Bit Grim, Isn’t It?
Eighteen-year-old Amanda Edens didn’t really know what she was doing as a first-generation college student, so she took out a bunch of loans and rode a Greyhound across the country to study Creative Writing. During the course of getting her degree, she decided she wasn’t a writer; she enjoyed the peer reviews, workshopping, and discussion … Read moreAmanda Edens: Co-host of the upcoming podcast, Ask Your Editor
If you want the quick gist on me, I’m in my late 30s, have two cats, a dog, and a husband and live in Toronto. I love anime (Sailor Moon), and pretty much most popular culture fandoms. If you read A Raven’s Touch carefully, there are Pink Floyd and Radiohead lyrics, plus references to Doctor … Read moreChild-like wonder: An interview with Linda Bloodworth, author of A Raven’s Touch
My name is Maria Vermisoglou and I am a librarian. I live in Greece. The Cursed Girl is my first published work and it’s part of a series. I like books (obviously!), trips and chocolate. In my free time, I like making handcrafted items and reading books. When I need inspiration, I look at the … Read moreThe Cursed Girl: Interview with author Maria Vermisoglou
Raven Eckman, nickname Rae, is a library assistant by day, freelance editor by night, and fangirl at every available opportunity. She always knew books were her passion, well after her grandmother’s challenge to read a book a day, and obtained her B.A. in English with a concentration in Creative Writing from Arcadia University. Currently, she’s … Read moreUltimate Fangirl: Interview with Raven Eckman, Owner of A New Look on Books