TIH 386: Sara Tantlinger on Not All Monsters, Lessons Learned Compiling an Anthology, and Eroticism and Horror

TIH 386 Sara Tantlinger on Not All Monsters, Lessons Learned Compiling an Anthology, and Eroticism and Horror

In this podcast Sara Tantlinger talks about Not All Monsters, lessons learned from compiling an anthology, balancing eroticism and horror, and much more.

About Sara Tantlinger

Sara Tantlinger is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Devil’s Dreamland: Poetry Inspired by H.H. Holmes. Her other books include Cradleland of Parasites, Love for Slaughter, The Devil’s City (co-written with Matt Corley), and the Stoker-nominated novella To Be Devoured. She also edited the anthology Not All Monsters, which features stories by women in horror. She graduated from Seton Hill University with a BA in English literature and creative writing, and later with an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction. She is an active member of the HWA (Horror Writers Association) and also co-organizes the Pittsburgh HWA Chapter.

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