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Shadow and Substance By Sumiko Saulson
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In Book Five of the serialized tale of "The Moon Cried Blood, "Shadow and Substance," things really start to heat up when the Lunae witches start to suffer from frightening dreams and... More > visions, and a new threat, the Dark Luna. Who is she and why is she such a danger to all of the Lunae witches? Shocking supernatural/family revelations abound in the wildest episode of the Moon Cried Blood series< Less
Ghosts of Time By Sumiko Saulson
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In the sixth book of "The Moon Cried Blood" series, our heroine, Tisha Gordon, a thirteen year old Afrolatina witch, is visited by ghosts from the past and the future. Tisha Gordon's... More > mother Joy was adopted. After years of separation, the death of Tisha's biological grandmother Victoria reunites Tisha and Joy with Joy's birth family. During the wake of Victoria's funeral service, Tisha is visited by her ghost, and the strange apparition of a sickly young girl named Lita who says she is from the future. Lita claims to be Tisha's grand daugther. She says that there is a war between the forces of good and evil. The forces of evil have mounted to prevent Lita's birth, and only Tisha can save her.< Less
80 Black Women in Horror Fiction By Sumiko Saulson
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A 2017 update to the original 2014 book "60 Black Women in Horror." February is African American History Month here in the United States. It is also Women in Horror Month (WiHM). In 2013,... More > as an Ambassador for Women in Horror Month. This list of black women who write horror was compiled at the intersection of the two. The booklet also includes interviews with eleven of the women and an essay about Octavia Butler and L.A. Banks.< Less
Mauskaveli By Sumiko Saulson
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Mauskaveli is a mini-comic/zine about a group of polyamorous, politically active mice. They center around a threesome, Mauskaveli and her two bisexual boyfriends, Rogue-9 and Petricio, or as they... More > like to call themselves, Miki Menage. They are the happy rodent family. Life was all cuddle-puddles and love until the day Rogue-9 died. He returned from the dead as Count Slackula. Every since then. they've had adventures, defending the homeless, and fighting against Nazis and the Patriarchy while raising their supernatural child, Death Angel, a Mauzreaper, who can bring dead mice back from the dead so they can complete special missions, and their pet cat-batz, Dooky.< Less
Dreamworlds (Hardcover) By Sumiko Saulson
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Dreamworlds is a darkly humorous graphic novel recounting the tale of the author’s nervous breakdown and subsequent bizarre relationships with her fictional characters. After a breakups and a... More > series of bad starts, author Sumiko Saulson is trying to recover. So is Flynn Keahi, one of her fictional characters. Her life changes completely when Flynn abandons the paranormal romance she’s cast him in, and demands that they both go to group therapy to fix their dysfunctional relationships. Once the two become intimately involved, Sumiko raises concerns their liaison it isn’t healthy. Flynn grows increasingly touchy about her assertion that he isn’t real. This is complicated further when Sumiko is flooded with requests from other imaginary characters demanding more airtime and better parts in the novels.< Less
Happiness & Other Diseases By Sumiko Saulson
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Flynn Keahi has had a rough year. His nightmares are starting to manifest in reality, but no one believes him. Terrifying creatures are trying to cross out of dreams into the physical realm. Only... More > Flynn can stop them – but doing so might cost him his life. Complicating matters further, one of these creatures cannot help wanting him -- in every forbidden way. Will she be able to save him from his fate? Can she even protect him from herself?< Less
Happiness and Other Diseases By Sumiko Saulson
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Flynn Keahi has had a rough year. His nightmares are starting to manifest in reality, but no one believes him. Terrifying creatures are trying to cross out of dreams into the physical realm. Only... More > Flynn can stop them – but doing so might cost him his life. Complicating matters further, one of these creatures cannot help wanting him -- in every forbidden way. Will she be able to save him from his fate? Can she even protect him from herself?< Less
Art of Sumiko Saulson By Sumiko Saulson
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A tabletop art book consisting of acrylic paintings, digital artwork, color illustrations, pencil and crayon illustrations, and cartoons by Sumiko Saulson.
100+ Black Women in Horror By Sumiko Saulson
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Containing the biographies of over one hundred black women who write horror, 100+ Black Women in Horror is a reference guide, a veritable who’s who of female horror writers from the African... More > Diaspora. It is an expansion of the original 2014 book 60 Black Women in Horror. February is African American History Month here in the United States. It is also Women in Horror Month (WiHM). This list of black women who write horror was compiled at the intersection of the two. It consists of an alphabetical listing of the women with biographies, photos, and web addresses, as well as interviews with 17 of these women and an essay by David Watson on LA Banks and Octavia Butler.< Less
100+ Black Women in Horror By Sumiko Saulson
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Containing the biographies of over one hundred black women who write horror, 100+ Black Women in Horror is a reference guide, a veritable who’s who of female horror writers from the African... More > Diaspora. It is an expansion of the original 2014 book 60 Black Women in Horror. February is African American History Month here in the United States. It is also Women in Horror Month (WiHM). This list of black women who write horror was compiled at the intersection of the two. It consists of an alphabetical listing of the women with biographies, photos, and web addresses, as well as interviews with 17 of these women and an essay by David Watson on LA Banks and Octavia Butler.< Less

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