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It’s Fungi week at the Weird Fiction Review! They’re running marvelous mushroom photographs, a reprint of A.C. Wise’s fantastic story “Where Dead Men Go to Dream”, and an interview with the editors about the anthology. Head on over there: Interview with Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Orrin Grey Where Dead Men Go to Dream by A. C. Wise Taylor Lockwood’s fungi photos In addition, we recently learned that Simon Strantzas’s “Go Home [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, Chadwick Ginther answers this question. We also talk about how his story ended in our anthology. Who is he? Chadwick Ginther is a bookseller who lives in Winnipeg. His novel Thunder Road releases in Fall 2012. In addition to this anthology, his short fiction has appeared in On Spec and Tesseracts. He refuses to eat mushrooms. Why [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, Polenth Blake answers this question. We also talk about how her story ended in our anthology. Who is she? Polenth Blake lives where the mushrooms bloom in autumn. She has two pet cockroaches, except on Fridays, when they get to be in charge. Her fiction has appeared in Nature and ChiZine. Her website lurks at [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, Ian Rogers answers this question. We also talk about how his story ended in our anthology. Who is he? Ian Rogers is a writer, artist, and photographer. His short fiction has appeared in several publications, including Cemetery Dance, Supernatural Tales, and Shadows and Tall Trees. He is the author of the Felix Renn series of [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, A.C. Wise answers this question. We also talk about how her story ended in our anthology. Who is she? A.C. Wise was born and raised in Montreal, and currently lives in the Philadelphia area. Her work has appeared in publications such as Future Lovecraft, ChiZine, Clarkesworld, and The Best Horror of the Year Vol. 4. In [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, Laird Barron answers this question. We also talk about how his story ended in our anthology. Who is he? Laird Barron is the author of several books, including The Imago Sequence, Occultation, and The Croning. His work has appeared in many magazines and anthologies. An expatriate Alaskan, Barron currently resides in Upstate New York. Why write about fungi? Below [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, Daniel Mills answers this question. We also talk about how his story ended in our anthology. Who is he? Daniel Mills is the author of Revenants: A Dream of New England (Chomu Press, 2011), selected by Booklist as one of the Top 10 Historical Novels of 2011. His short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, Simon Strantzas answers this question. We also talk about how his story ended in our anthology. Who is he? Simon Strantzas is the critically acclaimed author of Nightingale Songs, Cold to the Touch, and Beneath the Surface — three collections of the strange and supernatural from Dark Regions Press. His award-nominated fiction has appeared previously [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, Lisa Bradley answers this question. We also talk about how her story ended in our anthology. Who is she? Lisa M. Bradley’s fiction has appeared in Cicada, Brutarian, Escape Pod, and other venues. Originally from South Texas, Lisa has now lived in Iowa for almost twenty years. She believes, as Oscar Wilde wrote, “The [...]

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Over the years, fungus creatures of one kind of another have shown up in lots of comic books. There was a mushroom person in the Green Lantern Corps, and Swamp Thing once featured a fungus-themed villain who was even named “Matango.” But few comic creators have utilized the tropes of fungal horror as extensively as Mike Mignola does in his Hellboy, B.P.R.D., and Baltimore series. Mignola has always proudly displayed his [...]

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