Episode 145! Authors Melissa McArthur, Alexandra Christian and Jason Gilbert join us to talk about their new anthology Curious Incidents: More Improbable Adventures released earlier this year by Mocha Memoirs Press.
About Melissa McArthur
Melissa McArthur is a master swordswoman, a world-renowned traveler, and lover of all things bookish. Only one of these things is actually true. When she isn’t saving the world, one word at a time, she’s usually lecturing her university students on parenthetical citations or torturing authors with her red pen.
No matter what the capacity—editor, author, teacher—Melissa is utterly fascinated by books and words. She believes that there’s something magical about holding a book in your hand and watching as the words disappear and the story unfolds before your eyes. Melissa can often be found hiding in the deep corners of the library or at home with her laptop and cat. Website!
About Alexandra Christian
Alexandra Christian is an author of mostly romance with a speculative slant. Her love of Stephen King and sweet tea has flavored her fiction with a Southern Gothic sensibility that reeks of Spanish moss and deep fried eccentricity. Her alter-ego, A.C. Thompson, is also the editor of the highly successful Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series of anthologies from Mocha Memoirs Press.
A self-proclaimed “Southern Belle from Hell,” Lexx is a native South Carolinian who lives with an epileptic wiener dog and her husband, author Tally Johnson. Questions, comments and complaints are most welcome at her website:
About Jason Gilbert
Jason writes Steampunk-Urban fantasy, horror, and alternative history that is drenched in clockworks and tech. He’s the author of the Rifle Chronicles, a Steampunk/SciFi Western series, and is published in anthologies such as Curious Incidents and We Are Not This as one of the Carolina Writers for Equality. He’s also the man behind Fail-Flix, a site dedicated to reviewing the best of the worst that cinema has to offer! Website!
Originally recorded 04/26/2017