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Julia Rose Sevin
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Lives in New Orleans, Louisiana
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Editor of Creeping Hemlock Press with RJ Sevin.
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  • Julia Sevin - Graphic Design
    Owner, 2006 - present
  • Printers Wholesale Group
    Graphic designer, 2010 - 2012
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New Orleans, Louisiana
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Mendocino, California - Santa Cruz, CA - Grapevine, TX
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Freelance graphic design, suspenders, selbstschadenfreude, stage death. There is beauty in all things (except my gait, LAWD).
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Double-jointed, world's best pies, comedy prince.
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  • UC Santa Cruz
    English, 2001 - 2003
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Julia Sevin, Julia Rose Sevin, Julia Rose Peterson, Rose Peterson, The Man, The Law, Dimples McGee, Platitude Jones, J7, Julio Siete ('cause I'm mannish and I speak Spanish)

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+Eric Barry One day your wife will join the mothership :)
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I love it - I don't know much work you put into this, but it's VERY finished-feeling, and I'm not being swayed by the props. You're very confident in your delivery.
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"Not tough enough for milk, are ya?" (snort)
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I do not like milk Sam I Am.  snort
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Get your psychedelic alt-history fix with Robert N. Lee's new series of e-book shorts, 666ties. (Admitting that I am the editor is not a caveat, but rather an endorsement. Even poring through these multiple times, I am newly delighted upon each read. Fine, fine stuff.)
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Only awesome people who like to read awesome things should read this, really. 
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what what, BookRiot says +Nightmare Magazine is an essential short-story magazine AND gave a special shout-out to the covers! This art director is chuffed. Go circle us, ya dingus!
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Neil Gaiman, everyone's favorite fantasist and encourager, graces Nightmare Magazine's massless pages with his love-letter story "Feminine Endings," free to read starting today at http://www.nightmare-magazine.com.

"It was your smile that told me you were a foreigner, before ever I heard you speak. In my country we smile in bursts, like the sun coming out and illuminating the fields and then retreating again behind a cloud too soon. Smiles are valuable here. But you smiled all the time, as if everything you saw delighted you."

#digitalmagazine   #shortstories   #horror   #eread   #freereads  
#neilgaiman  
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Does anybody have IsoBuster? Need something cracked open to see if it works but I can't spend $50 on a maybe. It's part of a gift. You would really save my skin...
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New novel #BusterVoodoo  will blow your mind. I'm the cover artist. I didn't blow the cover, either of the art or of the pseudonymous writer's identity. 

Check out the review in Fangoria.
 
Well, that is pretty much the kind of review you want from Fangoria, wow.

And: I was also somewhat privy to the long road of this book getting to print, it's cool to see it out, finally. And now maybe I'll finally get around to reading it.

And +Julia Rose Sevin is the queen of covers, and WORKED ON THIS ONE FOR SOME MYSTERIOUS REASON OF MYSTERY.
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Thank you, +kirin robinson!
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Damn true to the book. Damn fine.
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Niles yoself!
 
This Nightmare Wednesday is a corker! In addition to the Gaiman fiction, we're also hitting you with Lisa Morton's filling interview with the Sensational Steve Niles. He answers questions about his genre-bending tendencies, his appetite for failure, the role of DIY in the future of the arts, and the surprising results of the Sparkles for Blood Drive (in which donors exchanged TWILIGHT novels for copies of 30 DAYS OF NIGHT).

#steveniles   #30daysofnight   #horror   #nightmarewednesday  
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Everybody's added +Nightmare Magazine, my horror magazine offering free weekly short stories, editorials and artist spotlights from talented newcomers to the likes of Neil Gaiman, Ramsey Campbell, Poppy Z. Brite, Laird Barron, & Sarah Langan, all curated by award-winning editor/anthologist John Joseph Adams, available in all ereader formats for $2.99 per issue on the first of each month, but with all content being made available at nightmare-magazine.com over the course of that month, right?

RIGHT?
 
World Wide Woes slowed our website's roll last Wednesday, so we weren't able to tell you about that week's free read, Caitlín R. Kiernan's "Houses Under the Sea." Which makes THIS Nightmare Wednesday kind of a two-for-one!

The Pacific harbors peacelessness in this Monterey-set, fact-and-fiction-heavy story. A cool and lush delight. Dip in.

"I close my eyes, and I see her, Jacova Angevine, the lunatic prophet from Salinas, pearls that were her eyes, cockles and mussels, alive, alive-o, and she’s kneeling in the sand. The sun is rising behind her and I hear people coming through the dunes."

#horrorfiction   #ereader   #eread   #digitalmagazine   #freereads   #shortstories   #shortstory   #caitlinkiernan   #emagazine   #horror  
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