Poetry Collection Release — Carina Bissett

Carina Bissett is pleased to announce the release of the highly-anticipated anthology Under Her Skin: A Women in Horror Poetry Collection, Volume 1. This gorgeous book includes two of her poems: “My Body, My Book” and “Our Lady’s Bird.” “Not for the faint of heart…Each word and phrase has been structured in such a way … More Poetry Collection Release — Carina Bissett

“Eerie Lake” — Great Lakes Review

The Nearby Universe is happy to announce the acceptance of Candace R. Craig’s creative nonfiction piece, “Eerie Lake,” to Great Lakes Review. “Eerie Lake” recounts the true invasion of sea serpents that once decimated most of the fish populations in all the Great Lakes above Niagara Falls, bringing about an aquatic apocalypse. Thanks to the … More “Eerie Lake” — Great Lakes Review

BEST OF Story Shout-outs — Carina Bissett

It’s the time of year when the BEST OF anthologies start to roll out, and writers everywhere eagerly look forward to discovering if their stories caught the attention of the readers compiling these collections. Ellen Datlow has been editing anthologies for the last four decades, and is one of the most influential editors working in … More BEST OF Story Shout-outs — Carina Bissett

Author Appearances–Carina Bissett

In addition to wrapping up revisions on her debut novel A Monstrous Regiment and promoting the upcoming release of Shadow Atlas: Dark Landscapes of the Americas, Carina Bissett will be talking about fairy tales, villains, heroines, poetry, and fiction at several venues including WhimsyCon, MileHiCon, Fox Cities Book Festival, and Pikes Peak Writers. Carina loves … More Author Appearances–Carina Bissett

“Fairy Tale Prohibition” — NonBinary Review

Carina Bissett explores cautionary themes in familiar fairy tales and the consequences that come from breaking the rules in her poem “Fairy Tale Prohibition.” This piece is included in NonBinary Review Issue #25: Prohibition and can also be read in its entirety at Alphanumeric. “Even when a prohibition in a fairy-story is guessed to be … More “Fairy Tale Prohibition” — NonBinary Review