WiHM 2023: An Interview with Ruth Anna Evans
Ruth Anna Evans is a short horror fiction writer from the American Midwest. She is the author of Phantom Pain, Don’t Kill the Dog: A Short Story, and Missing: A Short Horror Story. Recently she edited the anthology Ooze: Little Bursts of Body Horror. Evans does not shy away from difficult topics in her writing. When I pick up her stories, even though I know a happy ending is unlikely, I still get invested in the main character’s fate. Ruth Anna Evans’ stories are dark, gruesome, and delightful.
I met Evans through Twitter and have had the privilege of beta reading some of her work. She is a friendly, kind person and I was delighted to be able to interview her for Women in Horror Month.