TIH 383: Rena Mason on Where the Wild Things Are, Uncanny Experiences, and Life Lessons

TIH 383: Rena Mason on Where the Wild Things Are, Uncanny Experiences, and Life Lessons

In this podcast Rena Mason talks about Where the Wild Things Are, uncanny experiences, life lessons, and much more.

About Rena Mason

Rena Mason is an American author of Thai-Chinese descent, and the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Evolutionist and ‘The Devil’s Throat’, as well as a 2014 Stage 32 / The Blood List Search for New Blood Quarter-Finalist. She writes horror and dark speculative fiction. She is a member of the Horror Writers Association, Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, The International Screenwriters’ Association, and Stage 32.

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