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(A Genre Writer Turns 50)

KC Redding-Gonzalez

KC Redding-Gonzalez
Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
October 28
A writer of Horror fiction and certified cat wrangler, KC has a BA degree in English/Professional and Technical Writing from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. She writes this blog in her book-infested garret to exorcise the evil spirits of co-workers past, talk to real (visible) people, and avoid cleaning the layers of dust which five years of undergraduate study allowed to collect on twelve bookcases, three cats and one very patient husband.

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JULY 12, 2012 10:12AM

Squishy Monsters for Boys: Antique Beasts in Modern Horror

Horror and Science Fiction share a lot of the same territory. Sometimes even the writers are confused as to which genre something fits in – a scenario made worse by the recent re-labeling trend in publishing meant to expand the reading market. But one of the most pronounced issues we shareRead full post »

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MAY 17, 2012 2:40PM

It's All About the Money: The Shrinking Horror Niche

The parade of mourners is long, the mood dark. Everywhere you look, technologists proclaim victory against the war on the printed word.  They point to falling print sales and blame young people for their technological prowess and alleged short attention spans. They paint older folk as relics ofRead full post »

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FEBRUARY 28, 2012 10:18AM

When Genres Collide: J.K. Rowling to Write Adult Fiction

Rumor has it that British children’s Dark Fantasy author J.K. Rowling will next try her hand at writing an as-yet details-undisclosed adult novel. There is speculation that she might not be up to the task; few children’s authors successfully make the transition to writing for adults. BesiRead full post »