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A WEIRDISH WILD SPACE     June 2017, Thunderstorm Books
Acclaimed author Mary SanGiovanni presents A Weirdish Wild Space, a collection of non-fiction essays about horror in fiction, cinema, art, and video games as well as essays about being a writer, a mother, a lover, a daughter, and a sister. In addition to historical essays about the publishing business are also remembrances of friends and mentors, women’s changing roles as creators of horror media, academic analyses of the craft, and more. A must-have addition to collector’s of Mary SanGiovanni’s work, this volume is raw and vulnerable, an earnest and endearing look inside the mind and heart of the creative mind.



“Visions of the Observatory,” an introduction to The Observatory, a comic by Laszlo Tamasfi

“Knowing Brian Keene,” an appreciation in the NECON Program Book, July 2018

“Lovecraft and the Occult” in Apex Magazine, April 2018

“Heal Thyself” in Prepper Survival Guide, March 2018

“On the Contributions of J.F. Gonzalez to Horror Literature” in Clickers Forever, March 2018

“Dinner for One,” an introduction to TV Dinners from Hell by Amber Fallon, October 2017

“Once Upon a Time….” an introduction to Killer Chronicles by Somer Cannon, October 2017

“The Women I have Known,” in Cemetery Dance Online, February 2017

“J.F. Gonzalez – A Remembrance,” an afterword in Library of the Dead, ed. Michael Bailey, April 2015

“The Thin Gray Line – Where Psychological Horror Crosses Into the Supernatural (And Vise-Versa),” in Apex Magazine, April 2014

“Writing Organizations that Can Work for You,” in Apex Magazine, February 2014

“Strengthening the Horror Genre” in Apex Magazine, November 2013

“Crossing the Streams,” in Apex Magazine, July 2013

“Why We need Gods and Monsters,” in Apex Magazine, April 2013

“Weird Fiction,” in Apex Magazine, 2012

“James Patterson” in Thrillers: 100 Must Reads ed. David Morrell and Hank Wagner, January 2012

“Mood and Atmosphere in Horror” in Many Genres, One Craft ed. Mike Arnzen and Heidi Ruby Miller, May 2011