Alchemy Press talks to Christine Morgan, one of the contributors to their Book of Urban Mythic 2. The book is being launched at Fantasycon this weekend.
Tell us a little about yourself and your writing.
I’ve been a reader as long as I can remember. I love language. It’s like Play-Doh, a complete sensory experience that, with patience and practice, can make almost anything you imagine. Among my childhood friends, I was the storyteller who came up with ideas for let’s pretend, and constructed elaborate scenarios for my toys. As a teenager, I got into role-playing games as another outlet. Once I began attempting to write for real, I started with ‘traditional’ fantasy … but horror was my true calling. These days, it’s mostly historical horror and dark fantasy, with an emphasis on drawing from mythology, folklore, and various ancient cultures.
What is at the root of your Urban Mythic story?
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