#StrongWomenWrite Welcomes to Podcast:
Award-winning Horror Author & Poet, Linda D. Addison
Award-winning Horror Author & Poet, Linda D. Addison, joins us in National Poetry Month to discuss misconceptions of Horror, responsibility in writing, and the other side of being ‘first’.
Podcast airs Friday, April 5th via Anchor.FM. Join our list to be notified of future segments.
Linda D. Addison is an award-winning author of four (4) collections, including How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend, and the first African-American recipient of the HWA (Horror Writer’s Association) Bram Stoker Award®. And in 2018, the recipient of the HWA Lifetime Achievement Award. She has published over 300 poems, stories and articles and is a member of CITH, HWA, SFWA and SFPA. Addison co-edited Sycorax’s Daughters, an anthology of horror fiction & poetry by African-American women (publisher Cedar Grove Publishing) with Kinitra Brooks and Susana Morris, which was a HWA Bram Stoker finalist in the Anthology category.
She has published in many anthologies and magazine like: Essence Magazine, Asimov’s SF Magazine, and Apex Magazine, and is a founding member of the writer’s group Circles in the Hair (CITH) and a member of SFWA, HWA and SFPA. Linda is also the Poetry Editor for Space & Time Magazine, and excited about April’s Double Issue containing 15 poems and a write-up by Angela Yuriko Smith, its new publisher/editor, dedicated to National Poetry Month.
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