About the Book
We discuss the commodification of weird, how being weird saved lives and turned people into mentors for the other little weirdos in the world. Our salty historian brings us another boss from the past who defied convention all the way to and beyond the grave. Speaking of graves, this season's Cities of the Dead is a mini cookbook of graveside recipes passed on to future generations.
Let's not forget it's spooky season, our patron witch Gina has your Witches' New Year Ceremony, a recipe for Black Salt, and some candle magic to light your way through the new year. All this cradling a clutch of dark fiction and poetry to chill your bones. We suggest reading under your favorite blanket with a flashlight to set the mood. Happy Samhain. Stay spooky.
Bonjour Mes Chats, I am the ghost host of The Last Girls Club, Martinne Corbeau. I am a 600 year old succubus who loves to gossip. I've seen much and am ashamed of little. I've spent most of my incarnations in France, but have traveled widely through the liminal spaces and consider myself a citizen of the universe in multiple dimensions. I've brokered many deals with and for the undead; consider evil to be a matter of perspective; and binary definitions of good/evil heaven/hell the refuge of tiny minds. And I love horror. Join me in my international search for new voices in horror. Celebrate the weird with me, my darling.