“60 Black Women in Horror” up for Howie Award
“60 Black Women in Horror” is in second place for IndieReCon‘s Howie award, in the Best Non Fiction category for 2014
“60 Black Women in Horror” is a collection of bios and interviews, articles and short stories designed to bring attention to black women who write horror: both women and black horror writers are unrepresented in the genre. It was something I put together in February for Women in Horror and Black History month. I think its an important work, and if you feel the same way, please vote for it. If you would like to read it, you can get the eBook free on Goodreads.and Smashwords. The paperback is only $5.50 on Createspace.
February is African American History Month here in the United States. It is also Women in Horror Month (WiHM). In 2013, as an Ambassador for Women in Horror Month. This list of black women who write horror. It was compiled by Sumiko Saulson at the intersection of the two. The booklet also includes interviews with nine of the women. The electronic (eBook) edition contains the following bonus materials: four short stories, and an essay, not found in the paperback.
Interviews with Linda Addison, Darlene Black, Valjeanne Jeffers, Jemiah Jefferson, Briana Lawrence, Nnedi Okorafor, A.L. Peck, Eden Royce and Sumiko Saulson
David Watson article: On L.A. Banks and Octavia Butler
There is an associated print edition that does not include the following bonus materials found in the eBook:
Short Story: Amber’s New Friend by Crystal Connor
Short Story: The Last by Sumiko Saulson
Short Story: Rhythm by Eden Royce
Short Story The Funeral by Annie J Penn