In this podcast S.P. Miskowski talks about Knock Knock, plays vs. short stories vs. novels, and the Shirley Jackson Award.
About S. P. Miskowski
S.P. Miskowski is a three-time Shirley Jackson Award nominee and is the recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships and a Swarthout Award. Her M.F.A. is from the University of Washington. Her stories have been published in Supernatural Tales, Black Static, Other Voices, Identity Theory, and Strange Aeons as well as in the anthologies Haunted Nights, The Madness of Dr. Caligari, October Dreams 2, Autumn Cthulhu, Cassilda’s Song, The Hyde Hotel, Darker Companions: Celebrating 50 Years of Ramsey Campbell, Tales from a Talking Board, and Looming Low.
- [04:00] Strengths and weaknesses of plays, short stories, and novels
- [26:00] Knock Knock—journey from writing to publication to finalist for Shirley Jackson Award
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