Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

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  Trisha J. Wooldridge is a speculative fiction author. She writes horror stories, poetry, sf/fantasy with spooky elements, etc. She also writes spooky stories for children, but this interview includes a very graphic poem read by Trisha that is NOT FOR CHILDREN. It also includes her thoughts about writing, and info on her latest endeavors. …

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  Morgan Sylvia is a horror writer of novels, short stories and poetry. In this video she talks about her latest short story in the “Coming Through the Waves” anthology, her writing, some things about herself, and she reads two of her poems. This video was posted on April 16, 2021.      

  Horror Writer and Poet Meg Smith talks about short stories in her new book, The Plague Confessor, and also speaks about herself and her writing in this interview with Selina Lovett from Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester. Originally posted on April 13, 2021, reposted now especially for Horror and Poetry Month.       …

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  Morgan Sylvia is a horror writer of novels, short stories and poetry. In this video she talks about her latest short story in the “Coming Through the Waves” anthology, her writing, some things about herself, and she reads two of her poems. Since April is both National Horror Month and National Poetry Month, Morgan …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on John Buja, a retired Technical Writer (20 years) and Bookstore Manager (13 years), who has been writing on and off since he was about seven. As John Buja, he had two children’s books published a long time ago. For the adult things, …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our spotlight on Larissa Glasser! Larissa is one of the staff’s friends for years through the horror community, so we’re thrilled to work with her on an event for Pride Month!  She will be part of our panel, Creating in the Trans Community, co-hosted with Rainbow …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday Spotlight on our friend, Kristi Petersen Schoonover! Kristi has been to our store several times, and we’re very happy to host her again, along with her friends and colleagues, Melissa Crandall and g. Elmer Munson. They’ll be here on Saturday, April 28, from 1:00 …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is especially happy to shine the Friday Spotlight on another of our long-time friends, book store supporter, and New England horror supporter—as well as one of the founders of the New England Coffee House series helping new authors around the region, Christopher Golden. (And we have a LOT of Christopher …

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Happy (or at least not terribly stressful) holiday shopping season! If the thought of packed malls and stores fills you with dread and anxiety, stop by our cozy, small yet “bigger on the inside” bookstore at 65 James Street. We’ve got gift certificates, signed books, and other unique gift items sure to please just about …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is especially happy to shine the Friday Spotlight on Tony Tremblay, long-time friend and supporter of the bookstore and the New England horror community.  For seven years, Tony reviewed horror fiction for Horrorworld and Cemetery Dance Magazine under the pen name T.T. Zuma. After all that time, he thought he’d …

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