WiHM 12: An Interview With Grace Kimball

As the month for Women In Horror comes to a close I was able to catch up with Grace Kimball. Her latest collection Twisted Anatomy, which she co-edited with Sam Brunke-Kervin, Tracy Robinson, Lilyn George, and Oliver Clarke, was released on February 19th. You might recognize her work from Sci-Fi and Scary where she does reviews on horror books, movies, and games. JG: Hi Grace! Thank you so much for taking the time to do the interview! I was so pumped when I found out that not only were you a horror writer but you also had a collection coming out! Congrats on that! GK: We have a great team of people in the Kali Krew, and several of them pulled together and pooled resources to make twisted anatomy happen. It has been an interesting experiment, considering the only thing we outsourced was the cover design. Well, I’m not actually an author, lol. I write for Sci-Fi and Scary and have a reoccurring series called Focus on the Frightful where I talk about all things horror-related. JG: How long have you been in horror? GK: I’ve loved horror forever and started watching and reading it very young. JG: What got you into horror? What does the horror genre at large represent for you? GK: I love the horror genre in particular as it can cross so many genres and that there are so many different facets to it. There’s almost literally something for everyone. What really got me into actually working in the genre was Lilyn, really. Until then I was just posting reviews on Amazon and yelling into the Twitter void about books I liked but then we met and meshed well and she invited me to the blog and it’s been really cool. I’ve gotten to meet and … Continue reading WiHM 12: An Interview With Grace Kimball