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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Women in Horror Month X: Interviews with Women in Horror

One of the best ways to learn about new authors and their work so that you can figure out which readers to match those authors' titles to is through author interviews.

Since 2016, male horror author Stephen Kozeniewski has turned his personal blog onto a spotlight on women in horror every February, publishing a series of interviews with dozens of women in horror.

You can click here to see every interview, but I would suggest starting with this post which indexes every interview from 2016, 2017, and 2018. Then you can use the Women in Horror tag to pull up all of the posts, with the most recent first, to follow along this year.

You can easily use his index to get yourself a small display going for WiHMX right now.

And thanks to Kozeniewski for doing this great work. You should also read one of his books. Might I suggest Hematophages. It's one of the best horror books I have read recently and appeals to a wide range of readers from those who like SF, the movie Alien, even shows like The Office. I'm not kidding. read my review here.

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