K.W. Taylor’s debut novel The Red Eye marks her fiftieth publication credit (Alliteration Ink, 2014). Her first science fiction novel, The Curiosity Killers, will be released by Dog Star Books in 2016. She has short stories in the anthologies The Grotesquerie (Mocha Memoirs Press, 2014), 100 Worlds (Dreamscape Press, 2013), Sidekicks! (Alliteration Ink, 2013), Touched by Darkness (Etopia Press, 2012), and Once Bitten, Never Die (Wicked East Press, 2011), as well as many print and electronic magazines. Taylor’s two short novellas, The House on Concordia Drive (Alliteration Ink) and We Shadows Have Offended (Etopia Press), were released in 2014 and 2011 respectively. Taylor serves on several panels for local, regional and international literary grant awards and writing contests, and graduated from the innovative Writing Popular Fiction MFA program at Seton Hill University in 2015. Taylor teaches college English and Women’s Studies in Dayton, Ohio, where she lives in a restored nineteenth-century home with her husband. When not writing, Taylor enjoys yoga, doing crafts badly, and collecting board games. She blogs at http://www.kwtaylorwriter.com.
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Hi Ms. Taylor,
I recently read your story ‘Reprogramming’ in the ‘Love Across the Universe’ anthology.
I really liked the concept and think you should do more with it. You’ve set up the scenario for a novel with a really good villain in the form of Adm. Samuel Williams. Why is he doing what he’s doing? We’re all the heroes of our own story so he must be the hero of his own reality.
Thank you so much, Teresa! I’m glad you enjoyed it, and perhaps I will return to that world again sometime. I’ll be sure to announce on this blog if I do!