Frazer Lee’s debut novel The Lamplighters was a Bram Stoker Award Finalist for "Best First Novel" and a Book Pipeline Finalist (from over 950 entries). His other published works include the Amazon #1 horror/thriller Panic Button: The Official Movie Novelization, novels The Jack in the Green and The Skintaker, and the Daniel Gates Adventures series … Continue reading La legado vivo! With Frazer Lee!
NICK CATO is the author of one novel, six novellas, one short story collection, and a forthcoming non-fiction film book. He runs The Horror Fiction Review website and hosts the Suburban Grindhouse podcast. Ryan Lieske: What is the first book you remember reading, or having read to you? Nick Cato: Probably Danny and the Dinosaur. … Continue reading La legado vivo! With Nick Cato!
Actor, former art student, and Grand Rapidian, James Harris is a cool dude once you get to know him. He is featured in Daniel Falicki’s 3:33am: The Witching Hour and Accidental Exorcist. Ryan Lieske: What is the first book you remember reading, or having read to you? James Harris: The first book I could remember … Continue reading La legado vivo! With James Harris!
Rachel de la Fuente (meaning "of the fountain") lives in Maryland with the love of her life and two furry children that meow. Her first novel The Most Special Chosen is being released by Burning Willow Press in early 2018, but it's hardly her first story. She's been writing since elementary school, and telling stories since she could speak. … Continue reading La legado vivo! With Rachel de la Fuente!
Ray Garton has been writing novels, novellas, and short stories in the horror and crime genres for more than 30 years, including such titles as Live Girls, Ravenous, Scissors, Sex and Violence in Hollywood, The Girl in the Basement, ‘Nids, and many others. His short stories have been published in magazines like Cemetery Dance and anthologies such as … Continue reading La legado vivo! With Ray Garton!
I've known Diana Lamphiere for a long time. Over two decades and counting. She's always there for me with legal advice, personal advice, and encouragement. In fact, we are talking about starting up our own publishing imprint, just as soon as Life stops getting in our damn way. We talk about books a lot, and … Continue reading La legado vivo! With Diana Lamphiere!
I credit Paul Loh with getting me back into the wordslinging game. Back in 2014, while stressing about how my filmmaking career had stalled, I began toying with the idea of delving back into my first passion, prose. I hadn't written prose in years, and was nervous about whether or not I still had the ability. … Continue reading La legado vivo! With Paul Loh!
Ryan Lieske: Thank you for doing this interview! Why don't we start by having you introduce yourself to the readers. Lysabella Barrett: Hello! My name is Lysabella Barrett and I am an author and artist from Chattanooga, TN. I have been a writer all my life, but I have only recently begun to publish my … Continue reading La legado vivo! With Lysabella Barrett!
Before we start, a couple of anecdotes about Jeremiah Kipp. I was first exposed to him and his work back in 2004, when I was the head movie critic for a now-defunct online 'zine called No-Fi "Magazine." I received a copy of his short film, The Christmas Party to review (and which you can view HERE). … Continue reading La legado vivo! With Jeremiah Kipp!
Leah Vukovich is an actress and performer, both on stage and onscreen. She is also an artist, and a brilliant writer—I've co-written two screenplays with her: one that can be viewed here, the other she will be directing late this summer as part of the Grand Rapids film anthology Local, produced by Chris Randall of Fulvew … Continue reading La legado vivo! With Leah Vukovich!