“It’s not so scary in the dark. Turns out I have friends there.”
I like the possibility for the broader, more complicated world that fantasy implies. Sometimes that means I veer toward horror and dark stories.
“…you can only appreciate the light once you’ve experienced the darkness. I have worked with enough people to have no illusions about what kinds of darkness exist.”
I love stories of complicated relationships where love meets hate, the experience of staring into the void and feeling it stare back, and characters who are unapologetic for the consequences of their decisions.
Meet the Author with R. K. Duncan: “I find that a lot of the striking images that occur to me to begin stories with are unsettling, and that I am often interested in characters and plots of questionable morality.”