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  • The Westerly Sun
    Book release party for local author at Savoy
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  • The Horror Club
    Interview with Christa Carmen
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  • Space Squid
    World's Shortest Creator Interview: Christa Carmen
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  • Stephanie M. Wytovich, JOIN ME IN THE MADHOUSE
    Author Interview: Christa Carmen, Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked
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  • Sci-Fi & Scary
    Ladies of Horror: Christa Carmen
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  • Jiffy-pop and Horror Blogcast
    Unnerving publisher Eddie Generous talks to Christa Carmen about books, Rocky, and the Stanley Hotel.
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  • Gwendolyn Kiste’s Blog
    In the Red: Interview with Christa Carmen
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  • Grim Reader Reviews
    Calvin Demmer Talks to Christa Carmen
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  • The Westerly Sun
    "In the Easy Chair with...Christa Quattromani Beauchamp"
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  • Publisher’s Weekly has called Orphans of Bliss a “powerhouse anthology” that includes a “star-studded lineup of authors” and “immersive and imaginative tales [that] will be worthwhile for horror lovers.”
  • Check it out! FREE copies! Wicked Run Press is giving away 25 kindle copies of ORPHANS OF BLISS: TALES OF ADDICTION HORROR to the first 25 readers who email proof of purchase of any title from one of the authors on the TOC to [email protected] Put "Orphans" in the subject line. You'll receive a voucher for a free download on publication day, 5/4/22 (date of purchase can be anytime within the past 6 months… must have an Amazon account, and sorry—US Only).”
  • Night Worms has revealed the cover for Orphans of Bliss (“Readers are in for a shock when they follow an addict trying to get clean in [Christa Carmen’s] “Through the Looking Glass and Straight into Hell.” A jaw dropping final scene and one of the best stories of the series.”).

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StokerCon 2022 – Christa Carmen
May 12 - 15, 2022

Christa Carmen will be participating in several events as part of the HWA's virtual convention, including the “Houses, Forests, and Other Haunts: The Importance of Setting in Horror” panel.