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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, John Langan answers this question. We also talk about how his story ended in our anthology. Who is he? John Langan’s most recent collection, Technicolor and Other Revelations, will be published by Hippocampus Press in 2012.  His previous books include a novel, House of Windows (Night Shade 2009), and collection, Mr. Gaunt and Other Uneasy [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, Claude Lalumière answers this question. We also talk about how his story ended in our anthology. Who is he? Claude Lalumière (lostmyths.net/claude) is the author of two books from CZP: the collection Objects of Worship and the mosaic novella The Door to Lost Pages. He has edited numerous anthologies in various genres, the latest [...]

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It’s hard to talk about fungal fiction without talking about William Hope Hodgson. His story “The Voice in the Night,” first published in Blue Book Magazine in 1907, is probably the most famous story about fungus ever written, and was a big influence on us when we started to put together this anthology. “The Voice in the Night,” which concerns a deserted island overrun with fungus that, when finally eaten, [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, Julio Toro San Martin answers this question. We also talk about how his story ended in our anthology. Who is he? Julio Toro San Martin resides and grew up in Toronto, Canada and has had short stories published online in Innsmouth Magazine and The Lovecraft Ezine, and also in the print anthologies Historical Lovecraft [...]

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For the Fungi anthology, we asked contributors to tell us why they had written about fungi. Today, E. Catherine Tobler answers this question. We also talk about how her story ended in our anthology. Who is she? E. Catherine Tobler lives and writes in Colorado. She is the senior editor at Shimmer Magazine. For more visit www.ecatherine.com. Why write about fungi? Below is Catherine’s answer to our question: Fungi is not my [...]

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