Interviews

Anna Smith Spark and her 2023 return to the new release bookshelves

Long-term readers of Grimdark Magazine in print, ebook, and web content will know that I have a long standing love of Anna Smith Spark stories. Since The House of Sacrifice dropped in 2019, we’ve had a...

An Interview with Mariely Lares

Mariely Lares is a Mexican-American debut autor who has swept us away with her novel Sun of Blood and Ruin. A historical fantasy set in a post-conquest Mexico, full of strong characters, mythology and...

An Interview with Matthew Harffy

Matthew Harffy is an author who has transported readers to vivdi historical landscapes since The Serpent Sword in 2015. His action packed and historically accurate novels excite readers around the world and his latest...

An Interview with Kell Woods

Kell Woods is the debut author of After the Forest, a dark fantasy inspired by the tales of the Brothers Grimm. Her novel starts after the happy end of the story as we know...

An interview with Thiago Abdalla

Thiago Abdalla is author of the highly acclaimed dark epic fantasy series, the Ashes of Avarin, which kicks off with A Touch of Light, a finalist in Mark Lawrence’s 8th Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off (SPFBO8)....

An Interview with Stephen Graham Jones

It’s a truism in the entertainment world that it takes twenty years to become an overnight success. Since the 2000 release of Stephen Graham Jones’ debut novel, The Fast Red Road: A Plainsong, he...

An Interview with Jacqueline Carey

Jacqueline Carey’s Kushiel’s Dart can only be described as a cult classic of dark fantasy, and its foundational influences are still visible in today’s romantasy trend. Centred around a courtesan in a Renaissance-inspired world,...

An Interview with T. Kingfisher

Thornhedge is the latest novella from the bestselling, award-winning author T. Kingfisher. She is known for her dark, fairy tale-inspired writing, such as Nettle and Bone, and her gothic novels, like A House with Good Bones. I’ve loved...
The September House

An Interview with Carissa Orlando

Who better to write psychological horror than someone who has studied and seen all the nuances of the human psyche? Carissa Orlando is the debut author of The September House, out from Berkeley this...
Header for review The Dead Take the A Train by Cassandra Khaw and Richard Kadrey

An Interview With Cassandra Khaw

Cassandra Khaw is an acclaimed game writer and author of over ten books. Their breakout horror novella, Nothing But Blackened Teeth, was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award, Shirley Jackson Award, and World...