Listen Now: GLHC Pride Month Bonus Ep. Pt 1, w/Michael Rowe

June 21, 2017 The Librarian 0

In this special Pride Month edition of the GLHC podcast, Andrew Robertson interviews queer horror writer and celebrated journalist Michael Rowe. The two discuss his most recent novels Enter, Night and Wildfell, Clive Barker, Christopher Rice, Anne Rice’s universe, homophobia and growing up queer in the ’70s and ’80s, and horror’s efforts to find legitimacy in the literary world. An award-winning journalist, and literary nonfiction writer, Michael is the author of Writing Below the Belt, [READ MORE]

Read an excerpt from Kaitlyn Davis’ IGNITE

December 22, 2016 The Librarian 0

If your wallet’s hurtin’ after all that Christmas shopping and you need some paranormal romance/fantasy therapy that isn’t going to break the bank, read on for an excerpt from Kaitlyn Davis’ Midnight Fire series (Ignite, Simmer, Blaze, Scorch, and Burn: An Anniversary Novella). Right now, all four books plus a bonus novella are available for only 99 cents. Synopsis: Kira Dawson has the power to burn vampires to a crisp. The problem is, she doesn’t [READ MORE]

Cover Reveal: ALYS ARDEN’s The Romeo Catchers

November 22, 2016 The Librarian 0

Here at the Library we’re huge fans of Alys Arden’s atmospheric, New Orleans-set, YA, vampire-vs.-witches novel The Casquette Girls, so it’s a pleasure to be able to participate in the cover reveal for the book’s sequel, The Romeo Catchers. The second book in the trilogy drops on May 23, 2017 from Skyscape. Behold… More about The Romeo Catchers: Is blood thicker than magic in La Nouvelle-Orléans? Tormented by the fate she condemned her mother to, and by [READ MORE]

31 Days of Halloween… with JESS PEACOCK

October 6, 2016 The Librarian 0

You’ll notice that the tagline of our site does not say “horror fiction.” That’s because here at the Library have an appreciation for non-fiction as well. Hell, we even like poetry. The good stuff anyway. But for today’s installment of 31 Days of Halloween, we’re pleased to add a more academic voice to the discussion. Jess Peacock is the author of Such a Dark Thing: Theology of the Vampire Narrative in Popular Culture from Wipf and [READ MORE]