Although he and I have been in contact with each other for years DogCon 2 was the first occasion for a meeting between myself and Emory. We have worked very closely at times, with Emory editing my novel New Mosque City (soon to be relaunched as a free download with his edits added!) and my contribution to his anthology. It was great to complete one of my long-term goals: hanging out with him to discuss publishing, politics, and food! He’s a great guy and I’m sure we’ll be seeing a lot more of him in the scene in the near future.
About Emory Barrett Pueschel
Emory B. Pueschel is a writer, editor, hack literature critic, and once upon a time a pizza guy.
Working in the background he has assisted several independent publishers with proofreading and copy editing on over ten novels, including one bestseller.
His author interviews and book reviews have appeared at the online literary journal The Dream People.
He lives near Charlotte, North Carolina.
Fairy tales have been passed down in one form or another for countless generations. They are often our first introduction to that boundless realm we call imagination. Deep within these old stories lie the seeds of our most elemental fears. Death to the Brothers Grimm is a collection of ten re-imagined fairy tales that revels in those dark and hidden horrors. This anthology features works of bizarre fantasy from Bram Stoker Award nominees Jeremy C. Shipp and John Edward Lawson, Wonderland Award nominee Eckhard Gerdes, and the twisted visions of M.L. Roos, Garrett Cook, Kirk Jones, Crysa Leflar, Jessica McHugh, Lee Widener, and Jess Gulbranson.
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