Werewolves, Wild Things in Latest Night to Dawn; New Interview to Come in Spring?

Well, make that “Where the Vile Things Are,” but nevertheless it was a homage of sorts to the late Maurice Sendak and it, along with the micro-poem “The Werewolf Explains,” arrived today in the April issue of NIGHT TO DAWN (cf. July 25).  Also with “Vile Things,” but on the verso Imagebehind the poem so it might not be obvious they’re connected, is an illustration by Marge Simon that it inspired (July 27).  Not to worry, though, either item does well enough by itself.  Still to come, too, perhaps in the fall for Halloween, should be a third poem, “Werewolves vs. Vampires.”

Meanwhile I spent much of Friday afternoon working on a new interview featuring THE TEARS OF ISIS, but also with some mention of vampires (ah, now) and VAMPS (A RETROSPECTIVE).  Conducted by Rebecca Byfield, this was the kind that suggests many questions but gives a choice of the ones you want to answer, and so, as I had warned her, I ended up picking only eleven (out of a possible 46) but gave my answers in some depth.  I’ll still go over it on the weekend but get it in probably Sunday night.  As for when and where it will be published, I had suggested March or early April as ideal for me, but as Rebecca supplies several blogs and has a number of other people on her schedule the actual time and place will be up to her.  Details will appear on this blog when I know them.


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