A lovely little interview I was absolutely delighted to give. Thanks to Annie’s Book Stop of Worchester for asking.
For readers unfamiliar with your work, how would you describe what you write?
“What I write? Everything. I have done humans and creatures, from serial killers to vampires to science gone awry. Ranging from horrific thrillers to psychological horror, with an occasional bloodbath. And while I thought I didn’t quite fit any one area, a colleague decidedly labeled my work while we were on a panel at a horror convention and called it “trauma horror,” which is a nice way to sum it up how I tend to make the reader feel uneasy, rather than scared or sickened.”
See the whole interview over here. And yes, by all means, if you have follow up questions, post them below!
A quick and dirty Kelli Owen Q&A by Kathy Finfrock over on her Lost in a Book website.
Learn about the characters from Teeth and the importance of purple mimeograph paper from my youth…
Check it out here.
I did this thing. An interview. There were questions, and I answered them. Now they’re out there, just sitting, waiting for someone to read them. Go on now… read them.
Interviews with writers: Kelli Owen
And then I sat back and thought about it, and it all felt so familiar. So I did a little digging, and it turns out, I’ve been there before! Here’s the previous interview, from when it was posted under bookgoodies website (the two are attached), from several years ago.