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The Seers’ Table October 2018

The Seers Table!

Kate Maruyama, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

We have some creepy reading to take you up to Halloween!

Linda Addison recommends

Brian Barr is a fiction author of novels, short stories, and comics. Along with Chuck Amadori, Barr is the co-creator and co-writer of Empress, a comic book series with art by Sullivan Suad, Zilson Costa, Marcelo Salaza, Geraldo Filho, and Matheus Bronca. He is NOT the author of God’s Plan for Us, written by a different Brian Barr.

His debut novel is Carolina Daemonic, Book

The Seers’ Table September 2018

The Seers Table

Linda Addison, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

September is National Preparedness Month, so prepare to read something different!

Linda Addison recommends

doungjai gam‘s short fiction has appeared in LampLight, Distant Dying Ember, Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, Wicked Haunted, and the Necon E-Books Best of Flash Fiction Anthology series. Born in Thailand, she currently resides in southern Connecticut. Her first collection of poetry and short-shorts is currently available: glass slipper dreams, shattered. This book is filled with work that takes our breath away with a turn of

The Seers’ Table August 2018

The Seers Table!

Kate Maruyama, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

Hi, this is Kate Maruyama, on deck for the Seers’ Table this month. We’ve come up with some very tasty summer reading for you to round out your August.

Michael Gonzalez recommends

Rios de La Luz is a queer xicana/chapina sci-fi-loving writer living in El Paso. Her first book, The Pulse between Dimensions and the Desert, is out now via Ladybox Books. Her debut novella, Itzá, is out now from Broken River Books. Her work has been featured in Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Entropy

The Seers’ Table July 2018

The Seers Table!

Linda Addison, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

July has Build a Scarecrow Day, so find something scary to read!

Michael Paul Gonzalez recommends

Mira Grant was born and raised in Northern California, where she has made a lifelong study of horror movies, horrible viruses, and the inevitable threat of the living dead. In her guise as mild-mannered urban fantasy author Seanan McGuire, Mira was the recipient of the 2010 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.

Recommended reading: Into the Drowning Deep. The ocean is home to many myths, but some

The Seers’ Table June 2018

The Seers Table!

Linda Addison, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

June has National Donut Day, why not get a box of your favorite and something to read!

Andrew Wolter recommends

Michael Rowe was born in Ottawa, and has lived in Beirut, Havana, and Paris. He is the author of the novels Enter, Night (2011), Wild Fell (2013), and October (2017.) A French edition of Wild Fell was published by Editions Bragelonne in Paris in 2016. An award-winning journalist and essayist, Rowe is also the author of the nonfiction books Writing Below the Belt (1995), Looking For Brothers (1999),

The Seers’ Table May 2018

The Seers Table!

Kate Maruyama, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

Lauren Salerno recommends

Justina Ireland enjoys dark chocolate, dark humor, and is not too proud to admit that she’s still afraid of the dark. She lives with her husband, kid, and dog in Pennsylvania. She is the author of Vengeance Bound and Promise of Shadows.

Recommending: Dread Nation. Jane McKeene was born two days before the dead began to walk the battlefields of Gettysburg and Chancellorsville—derailing the War Between the States and changing America forever. In this new nation, safety for all depends on the work

The Seers’ Table April 2018

The Seers Table!

Janet Holden, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

Spring is upon us, the daffodils and crocus are blooming. Here are our reading suggestions for the month of April.

Ace Antonio-Hall recommends

Michael Forsythe grew up in Harlem, the son of a preacher. He is a graduate of Yale College with a degree in English Literature. He is the author of the critically acclaimed novel, Hour of the Beast, and the children’s book, Brothers. He has written under multiple pseudonyms, including Mike Foster. http://freedomshammer.com/

Suggested reading – The Adventure of the Spook House. The

The Seers’ Table March 2018

Kate Jonez, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

Now that spring has arrived, it’s time to freshen up your reading list with these excellent suggestions. What’s that? It’s not spring where you live? You’ll love these suggestions even more!

Linda Addison recommends

Wrath James White is a former world-class heavyweight kickboxer, a professional kickboxing and mixed martial arts trainer, distance runner, performance artist, and former street brawler, who is now known for creating some of the most disturbing works of fiction in print. Wrath is the author of such extreme horror classics as The Resurrectionist (now a major motion

The Seers’ Table February 2018

Linda Addison, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

February contains National Pizza Day, so why not snack and read!

Janet Holden recommends

C.J. Tudor lives in Nottingham, England, with her partner and three-year-old daughter. Over the years she has worked as a copywriter, television presenter, voice-over, and dog walker. She is now thrilled to be able to write full-time, and doesn’t miss chasing wet dogs through muddy fields all that much. The Chalk Man is her first novel.

Recommended Reading: The Chalk Man – A riveting and relentlessly compelling psychological suspense debut that weaves a mystery about a childhood …

The Seers’ Table January 2018

Linda Addison, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

January is Self-Improvement Month—why not add new creative work to your life by exploring the following authors!

Kate Maruyama recommends

Owl Goingback served in the Air Force and is a former owner of a restaurant and lounge. He became a full-time writer in 1987 and since then has written numerous novels, children’s books, short stories, screenplays, and magazine articles.

His novel, Crota, won the Bram Stoker Award® for Best First Novel, and was one of four finalists in the Best Novel category. His novel, Darker Than Night, was also …

The Seers’ Table December 2017

Linda Addison, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

December is “Write a Friend” month—why not tell a friend about one or more of the following creators!

Ace Antonio-Hall recommends:

Helen Oyeyemi is a British novelist of Nigerian origin. She was born in Nigeria in 1984 and raised in London. She wrote her first novel, The Icarus Girl, while still at school studying for her A levels at Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, and is the author of five novels. Oyeyemi won the 2010 Somerset Maugham Award and was nominated for the Shirley Jackson Award in 2009 for her work …

The Seers’ Table – October 2017

The Seers Table!

Kate Maruyama, Member of the Diverse Works Inclusion Community

Happy November! I love reading horror the most as Autumn turns to winter, and our Seers have some good reads lined up!

Lauren Salerno recommends:

Lauren kicks us off with a fantastic list of Latinx authors.

Lauren also recommends:

Aliya Whiteley was born in Devon, UK, in 1974. She writes novels, short stories, and nonfiction, and has been published in places such as The Guardian, Interzone, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Black Static, Strange Horizons, and anthologies such as

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