Cymera Catch Up

Unfortunately, I couldn’t make it online for Cymera Festival this year, however, I did pre-record an interview with the incredible horror writer Laura Mauro and if, like me, you couldn’t make it along on the day, you can now get a catch up pass to see any and all events you missed

Follow the link here to check it out.

Laura Mauro recently won two British Fantasy Awards for her short story collection Sing Your Sadness Deep and featured short story The Pain Eater’s Daughter. I spoke to Laura about her writing career to date, the influence of folklore from all over the world on her work, and her absolutely fantastic new novella On the Shoulders of Otava, a horror tale set during the Finnish Civil War in 1918.


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