R C Mulhare
R.C. Mulhare has the distinction of reading a translation of the famous cursed play "The King in Yellow" without going mad,once successfully defended her day-job workplace from zombies, through some judicious use of clearance-rack garden tools, and fought off a group of Yog-Sothoth cultists in the hallway of a hotel in Providence, Rhode Island... In actuality, R.C. Mulhare was born in Lowell, Massachusetts and grew up in one of the surrounding towns, in a hundred year old house up the street from a centuries-old cemetery. Her interest in the dark and mysterious started when she was quite young, when her mother read the faery tales of the Brothers Grimm and quoted the poetry of Edgar Allen Poe to her, while her Irish storyteller father infused her with a fondness for strange characters and quirky situations. When she isn't writing, she moonlights in grocery retail, and given the cross-section of people you see in grocery stores, this gives her a lot of ideas for characters in her stories. A two-time Amazon best-selling author, contributor to the Hugo Award Winning Archive of Our Own, and member of the New England Horror Writers, her work previously appeared with Atlantean Publishing, Macabre Maine, and FunDead Publications, Deadman's Tome, and Weirdbook Magazine, with four more stories already slated for release in 2019. She shares her home with her family, two small parrots, about fifteen hundred books and an unknown number of eldritch things that rattle in the walls when she's writing late in the night....Read more Read less
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