Out on February 25th is Cthulhu Lies Dreaming, the next anthology in a series begun in 2014 with Cthulhu Lives! GWD: What’s the role of an editor in an anthology? SJ: Well, I can only answer for myself, but I believe this is probably mostly true for other anthology editors. First, it’s the role of […]
Interviews with authors, 30-31 January, 2016
Most people who buy books believe they’re supporting the authors they love. And they are. But just how much of a book’s price goes to the author?
The fetching cover for Marion Grace Woolley’s Those Rosy Hours at Mazandaran sprang from a collaborative effort between designer Gábor Csigás and editor Salomé Jones, with the help of two photographers and a renaissance painter. Salomé tells the story here.