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Maria Alexander, Swordslinger Interview: Beginning of the Love Affair

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Published on Dec 15, 2014

Maria Alexander is an author and copywriter with many interests including swords and swordplay, in fact, she is a (s)wordslinger. She recently attended the World Fantasy Convention to promote her novel MR. WICKER and we were able to do a series of interviews with her about her passion for swords. This is the first installment: The Beginning of the Love Affair

About MR. WICKER

Alicia Baum is missing a deadly childhood memory. Located beyond life, The Library of Lost Childhood Memories holds the answer. The Librarian is Mr. Wicker — a seductive yet sinister creature with an unthinkable past and an agenda just as lethal. However she must confront him if she wants to survive. More about the book: http://rawdogscreaming.com/books/mr-w...

About Maria

Maria Alexander writes pretty much every damned thing and gets paid to do it. She’s a produced screenwriter and playwright, published games writer, virtual world designer, award-winning copywriter, interactive theatre designer, prolific fiction writer, snarkiologist and poet. Her second poetry collection—At Louche Ends: Poetry for the Decadent, the Damned and the Absinthe-Minded—was nominated for the 2011 Bram Stoker Award. And she was a winner of the 2004 AOL Time-Warner “Time to Rhyme” poetry contest. When not wielding a katana at her local shinkendo dojo, she’s being outrageously spooky and writing Doctor Who filk. She lives in Los Angeles with two ungrateful cats and a purse called Trog. Explore her website: http://www.mariaalexander.net.

RDSP publishes "fiction that foams at the mouth." For more great fringe literature visit our website: http://www.rawdogscreaming.com or follow us on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/RawDogScream... or on Twitter, https://twitter.com/RDSPress

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