This post first appeared on Mary SanGiovanni’s official website, May 17, 2013.
Hi, folks! Today I have a special treat for you — a guest blog post by friend and fellow SHU alum Lee Allen Howard. Lee’s on a book tour to let folks know about his latest supernatural crime novel, DEATH PERCEPTION, and I’m pleased to have him make a stop here.
Death Perception: Adding the Supernatural to Crime
I love horror; I write horror. But I also like crime. Along the spectrum of speculative fiction, most of my writing lies outside of science fiction and fantasy, but begins at dark fantasy, expands with horror, and then branches at crime:
* Dark crime: non-supernatural horror that covers aberrant sexual crime, sadistic homicide, serial killing and the like. My stories “Mama Said,” “Poor Old Soul,” and “Mixed Breed, Loves Kids” are dark crime.
* Supernatural crime: a crime story with elements of horror dealing with fantastical or supernatural situations and entities…
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