In The Press
Vernon and I talk about writing complicated queer characters and breaking down barriers in publishing.
Tapper talks about honoring the historical figures who populate his bestselling thrillers.
Heard talks about writing thrillers for young readers, and the ruthless editing rule she applied to every scene.
Stine opens up about the decades-long process of bringing his iconic kidlit series to the big screen.
Sager and I dive into his third thriller, 2019's Rosemary's Baby-inspired Lock Every Door.
Golden gives an in-depth look into the process of turning his adventure-horror novels into an upcoming television series.
Chapman explains the twisted roots of his haunted-narrative ghost story, The Remaking.
My interview with Ius, titled "Love and Madness" originally appeared in the April 2018 issue of Rue Morgue Magazine.
Mina discusses the increasingly blurry line between true crime and crime fiction.
I talk to Paul Tremblay, Jennifer Hillier, Christopher Golden, and Linwood Barclay about King's impact on pop culture.
Gardiner talks about her UNSUB series, America's fascination with serial killers, and her high-profile move to Blackstone Publishing.
Hart offers an in-depth, behind-the-scenes account of the sale and subsequent option of his breakout dystopian thirller.