Ira Levin was born 90 years ago today (August 27, 1929). The author, perhaps best known for his 1967 novel Rosemary’s Baby, was a master at turning dark scenes of horror and suspense into twisted satire so deep, it’s not uncommon for readers to miss the joke…In honor of Levin’s birthday, let’s talk about my Five Favorite Freaky Fake people.
I’ve mentioned several times the importance of small press to todays writers. (here, and here, and here!) The interesting things about these publishers is how well they operate within … Continue reading KnippKnopp Interviews…Grey Matter Press
So, I’m wandering around the net one day last year, looking for the next place to market my wares, when my trusty sidekick Duotrope says, “Hey Boss, check this out” … Continue reading KnipKnopp interviews….Shock Totem Publications
Gregory Frost is sharp. Everything about him – from his insightful and knowledgeable workshops, to his wry sense of humor, to his taut and tension filled writing style – exudes … Continue reading KnippKnopp Interviews….Gregory Frost