Award-winning editor and writer Geneve Flynn led the way in bringing Asian women’s horror fiction to the forefront and she won a Stoker for it.
Geneve Flynn is an award-winning speculative fiction editor and author. She has two psychology degrees and only uses them for nefarious purposes. Her short stories have been published all across the globe and she co-edited the Bram Stoker Award-winning anthology Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women with Lee Murray.
An interview with Bryan Thao Worra, Lao Minnesotan Poet Laureate and President of the Science Fiction Poetry Association
Bryan Thao Worra is the Lao Minnesotan Poet Laureate and the author of 10+ books. He holds over 20 national and international awards for his writing and community leadership. He is the President of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association and a professional member of the Horror Writers Association…