Author Interview: Joe Koch

Gabriele at the blog Queer Bookdom heard about my forthcoming collection CONVULSIVE and invited me to talk about horror and representation. We had a great conversation you can read here:


Today I have something quite special for you gorgeous people who keep following me through my growth as a blogger, or recently started doing so. I am not the very expansive type neither in real life nor in this blog, it seems, so I thought I would try to be a tad more open and share at least some of the goals I wish to accomplish with blogging and reviewing. One was to start doing author interviews and as the post title suggests, I did! Joe was kind enough to accept to be interviewed by me and I am so happy of the end result of this first step of mine in a new area of blogging. Another of my goals was to take a step into the publishing world, even if just a very small one (but extremely gargantuan to me), and around the end of December, I was…

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Joe Koch (he/they) writes literary horror and surrealist trash. Formerly published as Joanna Koch. A Shirley Jackson Award finalist, Joe is the author of The Wingspan of Severed Hands, The Couvade, Convulsive, and over fifty short stories in anthologies and journals. Find Joe on Twitter @horrorsong.

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