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Sunday, September 5, A. I'm kicking off my interview series with horror and bizarro authors with a fellow horror author. Bloodlusters, meet Ty Schwamberger. He's had several short stories published online and in paper, and his first novel came out in One of his short stories, "Cake Batter," was optioned for a short movie and came out in A part-time faculty member at the University of Akron, he pens the monthly column, "Ty-ing Up the Genre" for Hellnotes.

Several anthologies and a novella are soon to come. Thanks for being my guest. I know you write horror, but tell us a little about what kind of stories you pen, what you like to write about the most and where your short stories have been published. Congratulations on "Liquid Courage" in Shroud 9, by the way. When someone asks me what sort of stuff I write; I normally respond with 'horror'. Although in reality I'd say half of my stories are suspense and the other half what I would consider straight-up horror.

I enjoy writing about anything from a crazied person, the human psyche, creatures, new twists on classic monsters, and even adding in some scifi in one of my most recent penned short stories this was more an experiment more than anything - though I think the story came out ok. As far as my short stories prior to 'Liquid Courage' in Shroud Magazine 9; I was published on some ezines which in my opinion shouldn't be overlooked by an beginning writer and in some independent print mags.

I do have a few flash stories coming out in anthologies at the end of this year, as well. All other short stories as of right now will be published in forthcoming short story collections. Tell us a little about that, what your first book is about and where you're going as far as content. You are correct; I do have seven books coming out in the next year and a half as of this interview I have actually agreed in principle to an eighth book, but can't announce it until I've signed on the dotted line. I have all but 1 of his books excluding chapbooks and magazines and absolutely love his writing style.

In fact, I've had more than a few people tell me that my writing style is similiar to his. This definitely isn't by design and I can only hope to ever be as half as good as he was. There are several other current authors that I absolutely love to read, as well, but I think that is better left unsaid. As far as Laymon; I've always enjoyed how he can take such a common situation and turn it into something off-the-wall or macabre.

His style is simple, yet effective, and can scare the ever-living hell out of you. It's perfect!

I love Laymon. What are your favorite horror movies, and what do you think about the state of the horror flick today? My favorite is definitely the original Friday the 13th movies. Though I don't particularly like the remakes of some of the 80s films, I think the horror movie industry including some kick ass B-movies is really pumping out some great stuff, today. I try to watch as many as I can get my grubby little hands on.

I heard Dorchester Publishing has gone all e-books, which includes their Leisure Horror imprint. I remember two and a half years ago when I started writing yes, believe it or not, I've only been doing this that short of time - if you couldn't tell from the number of books I have coming out over a relatively short period of time - I like to go balls-out when it's something I love to do ; POD was taboo as all get-out.

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