Monthly Archives: January 2016

Interview with the wonderful Rob McClennan

It’s always both exciting and nervous-making to answer questions about my writing life. But you know, as long as there’s a MST3K reference, it’s all right. Thanks, Mr. Rob McClennan! http://www.robmclennan.blogspot.ca/2016/01/12-or-20-second-series-questions-with.html Advertisements

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Slippery Landscapes

Originally posted on Speculating Canada: Canadian Horror, Science Fiction, and Fantasy:
A review of Kate Storey’s Blasted (Killick Press, 2008). By Derek Newman-Stille Steeped in the rich fairy lore of Newfoundland and a sense of longing for home, Kate Story’s…

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Multiple Faces of Identity

Originally posted on Speculating Canada: Canadian Horror, Science Fiction, and Fantasy:
A Review of Kate Story’s “Show and Tell” In Playground of Lost Toys (Exile Editions, 2015)by Derek Newman-Stille School can be a horror story. It is a space where…

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