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The Outer Dark Symposium Weird Sisters Of Horror
Sunday, March 24
1:00 - 2:30pm

Eagle Eye Books will be hosting a panel of 8 wonderful horror featured authors of The Outer Dark Symposium. The panel will be about women, LBGTQ+, and writers of color. This event is free and open to the public.

We are excited to welcome:
SELENA CHAMBERS’ work has been nominated for a Pushcart, Best of the Net, the Hugo Award, and two World Fantasy awards. She is the author of Calls for Submission (Pelekinesis), Wandering Spirits: Traveling Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (Tallhat Press) and co-editor (with Jason Heller) of Mechanical Animals: Tales at the Crux of Creature and Tech (Hex Publishing). Find out more at or on Twitter & IG: @BasBleuZombie.

GABRIELA DAMIÁN MIRAVETE is a writer of narrative and essay and is a film and literature journalist. Together with other authors, artists, and people from different scientific disciplines, she co-founded Cúmulo de Tesla, a collective that wishes to strengthen the relationships between art, science, and science fiction. She has published in several anthologies in Spanish, (Los viajeros. 25 años de ciencia ficción mexicana, Festín de muertos; El silencio de los cuerpos: relatos sobre feminicidios). In English you can read her in Three Messages and a Warning (Small Beer Press, 2010), nominated for the World Fantasy Award, and A Larger Reality and Speculative Fiction from the Bicultural Margins, #TheMexicanxInitiative anthology. You can find her at: Twitter: @gabrielintica; Instagram: @miradavaga.

GWENDOLYN KISTE is the author of the Bram Stoker Award-nominated collection, And Her Smile Will Untether the Universe, the dark fantasy novella, Pretty Marys All in a Row, and her debut horror novel, The Rust Maidens. Her short fiction has appeared in Nightmare Magazine, Shimmer, Black Static, Daily Science Fiction, Interzone, and LampLight, among other publications. A native of Ohio, she resides on an abandoned horse farm outside of Pittsburgh with her husband, two cats, and not nearly enough ghosts. You can find her online at

ANYA MARTIN’s debut collection, Sleeping with the Monster, was published in autumn 2018 from Lethe Press. Her novella Grass, illustrated by Jeanne D'Angelo, was a Dim Shores limited edition chapbook, and her play Passage to the Dreamtime, illustrated by Kim Bo Jung, was published by Dunhams Manor Press. Her fiction has appeared in Tales from a Talking Board, Looming Low, Eternal Frankenstein, Cthulhu Fhtagn!,Giallo Fantastique, Cassilda's Song, Xnoybis #2, Resonator: New Lovecraftian Tales From Beyond, Borderlands 6, Mantid and Womanthology: Heroic. She co-produces The Outer Dark podcast, with Scott Nicolay, on This Is Horror. Find out more at

SUNNY MORAINE’s short fiction has appeared in, Strange Horizons, Nightmare, and Lightspeed, among other places. They are also responsible for the Root Code and Casting the Bones trilogies and their debut short fiction collection Singing With All My Skin and Bone is available from Undertow Publications. In addition, they are the creator, writer, and narrator of the Gone podcast, a serial horror-drama. They live just outside Washington, DC, in a creepy house with two cats and a very long-suffering husband. Follow them on Twitter: @dynamicsymmetry

ZIN E. ROCKLYN’s stories are older than her years, much like the name she's chosen to pen them under. Of Trinidadian descent and hailing from Jersey City, NJ, Zin is influenced by the curiosities of the terrifying unknown and the fascinating weird. Her work is currently featured in the anthologies Forever Vacancy, Sycorax's Daughters, and Kaiju Rising: Age of Monsters II and a non-fiction essay “My Genre Makes a Monster of Me” in Uncanny Magazine’s Disabled People Destroy SF&F 2018 issue. Her personal website,, is under construction, so stay tuned for all of her Weirdness in HTML form. In the interim, follow her on Twitter @intelligentwat.

Damien Angelica Walters is the author of Cry Your Way Home, Paper Tigers, and Sing Me Your Scars, winner of This is Horror’s Short Story Collection of the Year. Her short fiction has been nominated twice for a Bram Stoker Award, reprinted in The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror and The Year’s Best Weird Fiction, and published in various anthologies and magazines, including the Shirley Jackson Award Finalists Autumn Cthulhu and The Madness of Dr. Caligari, World Fantasy Award Finalist Cassilda’s Song, Nightmare Magazine, Black Static, and Apex Magazine. She lives in Maryland with her husband and two rescued pit bulls.

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Eagle Eye Books