Rediscovering Robert Leininger

Rediscovering Robert Leininger

If you’re a crime-fiction aficionado of any taste and distinction, you recognize Robert Leininger’s Killing Suki Flood (St. Martin’s) as a work of singular voice and power. It flashed like heat-lightning back in 1991, enlivening the genre with its neo-noir...
Hellnotes Interviews Jason Bovberg

Hellnotes Interviews Jason Bovberg

Josh Black of Hellnotes (who previously reviewed Blood Red very favorably) interviewed me not long ago. I’ll provide one of the Q&As here, with a link to the full review. Hellnotes: What personally draws you to the horror genre? Jason Bovberg: There’s a...
An Interview with Robert Devereaux

An Interview with Robert Devereaux

I met Robert Devereaux in 1994 or 1995, not long after the publication of his breakthrough novel Deadweight, one of the more visceral, standout efforts in the Dell Abyss line of horror novels, and before the publication of his follow-up, Walking Wounded, a gentler...
Writing Like Mad

Writing Like Mad

When I arrived for my very first Barnes & Noble booksigning back in early October, I was stunned to actually find a line of people waiting for me. Granted, it was a modest line. There were 5 or 6 people. But it was a heart-warming line nonetheless. A small-time,...