Kathe Koja on Godmothers of Horror: Emily Brontë & Mary Shelley

Kathe Koja on Godmothers of Horror: Emily Brontë & Mary Shelley

Interview by Leza Cantoral
Leza Cantoral and Kathe Koja discuss the importance and influence of two titans of horror.

6 Reasons We Still Love L.M. Montgomery's "Anne of the Green Gables" 110 Years Later

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
Since its publication 1908, Lucy Montgomery’s "Anne of Green Gables" has been adapted countless times around the word. Here are a few reasons why this Canadian classic is here to stay.

10 Female Authors Who Changed My Life

Column by Gabino Iglesias March 16, 2018
Some female authors wrote words that changed my life. Some changed my life by just by being themselves. Here are ten female authors I celebrate regularly.

10 New Female Authors That Should Be On Your Radar

Column by Gabino Iglesias April 21, 2017
With so much going on in publishing, it's easy to lose track of what's new. Here are some outstanding female authors that should be on your radar.

Celebrating Women In Horror Month

Column by Christopher Shultz February 5, 2015
We know February for several holidays and celebrations of cultures. Add to that list the Women in Horror movement, which shines a light on female writers, filmmakers and artists working in the genre.
Wikipedia American Women Novelists

Wikipedia Removes Female Writers From Its 'American Novelists' Page

News by Christopher Shultz April 25, 2013
Though the error seems to be mostly corrected, the excision of all female authors from the list has left many miffed at the website.

The Street Is Hers: Quality Over Gender In Noir

Column by Keith Rawson September 13, 2012
Is the world of Noir a big old boys club? Kinda, but most of the women hanging around could probably kick the crap out of the guys.