Supernatural Fridays: Micro-Interview: Paul Jessup

Today, we interview one of the writers for our new Gothic anthology, Candle in the Attic Window. Paul Jessup’s (literally) chilling tale, “Stone Dogs”, takes the teen paranormal romance tale, so familiar in shows like The Vampire Diaries and The Secret Circle, and turns it into something as corrupted as Byron and as bleak as a wintry moor. Pick up a copy and check it out.

IFP: What makes your story Gothic?
PJ: A sense, I think. It …

IFPSupernatural Fridays: Micro-Interview: Paul Jessup

Interview: Bernadette Carstensen

Bernadette Carstensen is a young artist who creates beautiful, fantastic illustrations using traditional techniques. She joins us at Innsmouth today.

IFP: Hi! Welcome to Innsmouth. Can you introduce yourself to our readers?
BC: Hello, my name is Bernadette Carstensen and I am a recent graduate of Columbus College of Art and Design.

IFP: Your work is all traditional medium. Is that rare these days?
BC: I don’t believe working in all traditional mediums is rare. It may seem that way, …

IFPInterview: Bernadette Carstensen

Interview: Thomas E. Sniegoski

Today, we talk angels, comics and Lovecraft with Thomas E. Sniegoski, author of two angelic noir, Urban Fantasy series, The Fallen and Remy Chandler. His latest Remy Chandler book, A Hundred Words for Hate, which we reviewed during Shivers and Sighs Week, comes out in bookstores today.

[Warning: spoilers – past, present and future – ahead for both The Fallen series and the Remy Chandler books]

IFP: How did you get started in writing?

TS: Oh, jeez…well, what’s …

IFPInterview: Thomas E. Sniegoski

Micro-interview: Cheryl McCreary

Cheryl McCreary’s story “Nibbling” appears in fiction Issue 5.

Cheryl is a scientist by training and science educator by day. She’s lived in assorted locales, including the hilly college town of Athens, Ohio. She currently resides in South Carolina with her husband, a loyal Lab and an adventurous cat. Her work has appeared in Ruins Extraterrestrial Anthology, Fictitious Force and Space Westerns, as well as other places.

IFP: How did you become interested in writing Mythos/Lovecraftian stories?

CM: …

IFPMicro-interview: Cheryl McCreary

Interview: Aeron Alfrey

If you are a fan of Lovecraftian art, then you have probably come in contact with the detailed black-and-white imagery of Aeron Alfrey. His art has been published in numerous books and shown in galleries around the world. His work was most recently featured in the show “At the Mountains of Madness: A Tribute to the Writings of Lovecraft”, at Nucleus Gallery, Alhambra, California. He also worked on the cover illustration for Thomas Ligotti’s Songs Of A Dead Dreamer, …

IFPInterview: Aeron Alfrey