An Interview with Suzie Lockhart

February is Women in Horror Month (WiHM), a grassroots, international initiative which encourages, supports, and showcases the underrepresented work of women in the horror industries.

2017 sees WiHM enter its eighth year, so for those wondering if such an initiative is still needed; I guess WiHM’s longevity speaks for itself. Anyhoo, that’s a whole other blog post…

With celebrations and events happening around the globe, Aussie writer, journalist, radio announcer, and fellow horror gal, Claire Fitzpatrick, invited women of the genre to suziecontribute to her WiHM-focused blog.  By way of contribution I took it upon myself to interview US author, editor and all round lover of the macarbe, Suzie Lockhart.

Among other insights, Suzie chats about her story selection process, her views on the different experiences females bring to horror literature, and her latest project, ‘Killing it Softly – The Best by Women in Horror, Book 2.’

You can read the interview here.

 

Happy writing, happy reading, and happy days 🙂

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About Rebecca Fraser

Rebecca Fraser is a full time copy and content writer and part time speculative fiction author based on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. Her dark short stories, poems, and flash fiction have appeared in various anthologies, magazines and journals since 2007. Rebecca holds a Master of Arts in Creative Writing and a Certificate of Publishing (Copy Editing and Proofreading). To provide her muse with life’s essentials, she supplements by freelancing for the corporate world, however her true passion lies in storytelling.
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