Meet the Author: Cristel Orrand

“I think writers are always collecting experiences that we draw from when the time is right. For this story, it was the pandemic–watching people struggle with isolation and adapting communication, that was the catalyst. In other words, I blame Zoom.” ~Cristel Orrand, “M.O.U.T.H. Piece”

Dear Editor: Maximizing Submission Chances at Crone Girls Press, Part 3

I want you to be confident that you are sending your work to a place where it will fit, and I want to read work that will be the best possible fit. Make my job hard by sending me something that fits the genre and guidelines and punches me right in the face with its terror and disturbing impact.

Meet the Author: Tim Jeffreys

With Tim Jeffreys’ short story, “Last Shot,” we return to the world of celebrities and the bold frame of the camera lens. In Jeffreys’ story, a paparazzo gradually realizes that a common thread runs through a series of celebrity deaths… Read on to learn more! Q (Crone Girls Press): What do you write? How longContinue reading “Meet the Author: Tim Jeffreys”

Meet the Author: Jeff Samson

The worst writing advice? It’s a two way tie for first between “write what you know” and “if you aspire to write genre fiction, you’re not a serious writer.” The former is simply garbage. I write largely to explore all the things I don’t know. The latter? I mean, I’m from Jersey. I’ve seen people throw down over words way less harsh than that.