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Photo: book's cover, from beforeitsnews.com     If you like horror, and you like short stories, go get a copy of Dark Visions 1: A Collection of Modern Horror, an anthology of original short stories, edited by Anthony Rivera and Sharon Lawson.  It's available on Amazon, here....
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Photo: HWA's Stoker Award for Specialty Press, won in 2013 by Gray Friar Press from the UK.   Well, this is embarrassing, but here's my admission:    As a member of the Horror Writers Association of America, I thought I was eligible to vote for the HWA's Stoker Awards, but I'm not...
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Fascinating article about the public perception of female journalists: I was reading the feedback to the account that Anthony, Tyler, Steve and I wrote. (“Four Times Journalists Held Captive in Libya Faced Days of Brutality.”) Some comments said: “How dare a woman go to a war zone?” and “How could...
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Chilling story in the New York Times: By ANTHONY SHADID, LYNSEY ADDARIO, STEPHEN FARRELL and TYLER HICKS Published: March 22, 2011  As the four of us headed toward the eastern gate of Ajdabiya, the front line of a desperate rebel stand against the advancing forces of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, a car...
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Very happy to announce that Lotus Eaters has made it to #19 on the New York Times Bestseller list. Very thankful for all the support I've received here and on my website. 
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Lotus Eaters has become a New York Times Bestseller at #34 on the extended list! Popping the champagne!
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It is April 1975. The North Vietnamese are marching into Saigon, the Americans are fleeing in helicopters. And in Tatjana Soli’s splendid first novel, “The Lotus Eaters,” a group of Western journalists sip “liberated” Champagne on the roof of the Caravelle Hotel as they reflect on all that has been...
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Instructions: go with gut, not ten favorites or ten best, but ten that affected how you think about the world and see yourself in it, as described in article by Ross Douthat in NYT March 25, 2020 http://douthat.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/03/25/the-influential-books-game/?ref=books   This is an engaging...
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                    When I first googled the journalist mentioned by Katie Burke in her post about 'graffiti girl' and got connection failed, it seemed nothing if not apposite. The sentiments vented in the NYT piece about motherhood are scarcely a...