I promised I’d get you some thing for Women in Horror Month. MY favorite month. Here’s something for you then. Sumiko Saulson interviewd A. L. Peck. last yea., A.L. Peck is the author of the amazingly fantastic Abstract Murder. If you haven’t read it, seriously, pick it up. Seriously. As well, Andie Lee (A. L.) is just a super wonderfully nice and smart lady, and it’s always nice to support an author/aritst who is lovely as well! I’ll be finding you some more women in horror before the month is over dear ones! Keep it creepy!!!
This interview is being included in the 2013 Women in Horror Interview Series. Every February, Women in Horror Recognition Month (WiHM) assists underrepresented female genre artists in gaining opportunities, exposure, and education through altruistic events, printed material, articles, interviews, and online support. You can find out more about WiHM here:
Interview with A.L. Peck,
author of “Abstract Murder”
This is the first in a series of interviews with women in horror fiction.
I hope you will enjoy this interview is with psychological horror/suspense writer Andie Lee Eames, who writes under the penname A. L. Peck. Today we will talk about writing, perceptions of women and women of color in the horror genre, and why female writers would still feel a need to use a gender neutral penname 150 years after the Bronte sisters did.
Abstract Murder is a disturbing psychological suspense tale told from the viewpoints…
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