Women in Horror

Sarah grew up in Long Island, but went to university in Stephen King territory (Maine), before completing an MFA at Columbia University. After starting to write and publish short stories she graduated quickly onto novels, and in 2006 The Keeper was published to widespread critical acclaim.
Since then she has published two more novels, The Missing (2008) and Audrey’s Door (2009), numerous short stories and one audio drama, Is This Seat Taken (2010).

Cover art for Audrey's Door by Sarah Langan showing a corridor with a baroque-style door, and above it, a transclucent image of a blonde woman's eyes and forehead

She’s won three Bram Stoker Awards (two for Best Novel, and one for Best Short Fiction), and a Dark Quill Award.

Blackout (The Newsflesh Trilogy)
Mira is the pen name of the multi-talented writer/illustrator/composer/singer, who is the author of the October Daye and InCryptid series of urban fantasy novels.
Last year her zombie horror novel, Feed, written as Mira Grant, was published to considerable popularity. The sequel, Deadline, is due out in May 2011, and her Newsflesh trilogy will be rounded up with the publication of Blackout next year.dd caption

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