Gordon Linzner currently lives in New York, where he sometimes functions as a tour guide.
For many years the editor and publisher of Space and Time magazine, he also found the time to write short stories and four novels: The Spy Who Drank Blood (1984), The Oni (1986), The Troupe (1988), and The Hounds of Hell (2008, with Ron Fortier).
This concludes my series of short interviews with writers at Necon 2012 who had written vampire novels in th...
In this episode I interview writer Scott Goudsward.
Scott’s love of vampires began at an early age watching Bela Lugosi, Christopher Lee, and Peter Cushing on Creature Double Feature on Saturday afternoons.
Scott always said he was going to write the massive vampire epic novel. Trailer Trash was not it. Scott’s first published story, also called “Trailer Trash,” appeared in the anthology The Da...
In this episode I interview writer and bon vivant Hal Bodner.
Hal is the author of the novels Bite Club, The Trouble with Hairy (both WeHo Vampire novels), and two non-vampire novels for Ravenous Romance — In Flesh and Stone and For Love of the Dead. He is a former HWA Trustee and lives in West Hollywood. His blog is at www.wehovampire.com
This interview was recorded at a convention (Necon, July 2012), so there are varying levels ...
In this episode I interview F. Paul Wilson, also Guest of Honor at Necon 32.
Writing bestsellers for over thirty years now (including the popular Repairman Jack series), Wilson’s first published novel, in 1976, was the medical thriller Healer. He’s also written science fiction, horror, and supernatural novels.
In his novel Midnight Mass, published in 2004, vampires try to take over the world. Wilson recently collaborated on a vampire novel, Draculas, with a...
In the last episode, I began an enticing series of interviews recorded at Necon 2012.
In this episode I interview Guest of Honor Heather Graham, New York Times bestselling author of over 150 novels and novellas. Graham has written suspense, ghost, paranormal romance, romantic suspense, historical romance, and more, sometimes writing under her married name, Heather Graham Pozzessere, or under the pen name Shannon Drake.
Starting with Beneath a Blood Red Moon in October 1999, Heat...
Welcome back to Vampires, Witches, and Geeks. I’ve been offline for a while, but I’m back with an enticing series of interviews recorded live at a small gathering of horror writers in Bristol, Rhode Island. Officially named the Northeastern Writers’ Conference, most people know it as Necon, and those who know it intimately sometimes call it Camp Necon.
My first interviewee is one of the Necon Guests of Honor, Jeff Strand. Jeff Strand is a really nice guy – and funny as hell. You’d...
In this episode I talk about a recent panel discussion at the West Boylston library and my upcoming trip to Boskone, a science fiction and fantasy convention held annually in Boston, MA. (Charlaine Harris is the guest of honor.)
News and announcements about vampires, witches, and geeky things. Recorded October 23, 2010.
News and announcements about vampires, witches, and geeks
Recorded on May 10, 2010.
This episode is a continuation of an interview with Dorothy Morrison, author of over a dozen non-fiction books on paganism and witchcraft and a novel LUCINDA’S WEB. It was a lot of fun talking to her, as you probably noticed in the first half of the interview. Hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
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