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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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