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Piecemeal Manifesto: The Introduction

Selling THE WATER TOWER 5 led to a weird sort of crisis of conscience for me. I was excited to get started on the next novel, ready to...

The Water Tower 5 Sold!

Yes, it finally happened. Yesterday I got word from Super Agent Kerry Sparks that she had finalized a deal with Sourcebooks to publish...

Where I’ve Been, What I’ve Been Doing

So it looks like it’s been six months since I’ve written here. I’ll bring everyone up to date: I just finished my novel, The Water Tower...

A Conversation with Ian Rogers

Is Ian Rogers the nicest guy in horror? Probably. I don’t know anyone who has anything bad to say about him, and to be honest, I don’t...

A Conversation with John Mantooth

John Mantooth is not only one of my best friends, he’s also easily one of the best writers I know. The dude’s got voice, and that’s –...

A Conversation with Paul Tremblay

When I first started writing seven (or so) years ago, a lot was made of finding a mentor. I understood the idea – having someone out...

A Conversation with Sam W. Anderson

Like Erik Williams, who I interviewed a month or so back, I met Sam W. Anderson in Baltimore a handful of years ago. He’s sort of like...

A Conversation with Erik Williams

I first met Erik Williams back in – hmmmm – 2002 (?) in Baltimore at a writer’s workshop. I was new to writing then, showing up at a...

A Conversation with Fred Venturini

I met Fred Venturini at the World Horror Con in Austin, Texas back in 2011. He was talking with Paul Tremblay and Stephen Graham Jones,...

A Conversation with Daryl Gregory

Daryl Gregory is the author of three (fantastic) novels, a collection of short stories, and a couple of comic series. I suppose his...

Where I Am

Writing Update: So, about a month and a half ago I finished the sixth (and hopefully final) draft of Lucky Town, my 74K YA novel about a...

A Few Reviews

Been away awhile. I suck at this blogging thing. In better news though, the (novel) writing is going well, so there’s that. Some...