Posts Tagged "genevieve valentine"

Armless Maidens of the American West

by on Aug 7, 2012 in Short Fiction | 23 comments

The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror (Paula Guran) selection, 2013 2,300 Words There’s an armless maiden in the woods beyond the house. She doesn’t wail or weep the way you’d think a ghost or a grieving girl would. Her footsteps are heavy—sometimes she loses her balance—but...

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An Interview with Genevieve Valentine

by on Aug 7, 2012 in Interviews | 0 comments

By Maggie Slater Genevieve Valentine has long been entertaining us with her self-inflicted viewings of terrible movies and the consequent reviews. She also writes some fine nonfiction and has become quite a popular blogger. Her first novel, Mechanique: A Tale of the Circus Tresaulti, is...

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Interview with Genevieve Valentine author of “Wondrous Days”

by on Jan 26, 2010 in Interviews | 0 comments

Interview by Stephanie Jacob The genre of Post Apocalyptic fiction has had a resurgence of popularity in recent years.  Thematically, many of your short stories fall in this realm.  What do you feel is fueling this resurgence? I think both apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction throw...

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Wondrous Days

by on Jan 4, 2010 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Genevieve Valentine This story is part of our special Mayan Apocalypse issue! “We should make a map,” she says. “Just to keep track of things.” I keep my mouth shut, try not to look at her. * * * We live in a sooty half-dawn that never wakes. Nights are so dark it’s better not to...

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