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I watched The Mummy this weekend. It was stupid, at times fun, but overall it was disjointed and wonky. So I decided to play script doctor and fix it. My rule of thumb was I had to keep the main set pieces seen on screen...

At this point, if you are a Canadian writer, you have probably heard about the Appropriation Controversy related to the editorial in the latest issue of Write magazine. To summarize, the introduction to the special Indigenous writers issue of said magazine, produced by the Writers...

I won a Copper Cylinder Award (that is the copper cylinder in the photo) for my debut novel Signal to Noise, which was also nominated for the British Fantasy, Locus, Aurora and Sunburst awards. Paula R. Stiles and I won a World Fantasy Award...

I was on NPR's "All Things Considered" today. We talked about my latest novel Certain Dark Things (vampires in Mexico, buy it now) and folklore. And we talked about my great-grandmother, who told me stories about the Mexican countryside and the monsters that lived there,...

On Sunday, my plan was to start baking bread for the Day of the Dead. I thought this would be my big accomplishment. Then I heard Paula R.Stiles and I had won a World Fantasy Award for editing the all-woman Lovecraft anthology She Walks in...