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Glenn Interviews the talented author Steven Van Patten S7 EP8

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​Brooklyn native Steven Van Patten is the author of the critically acclaimed Brookwater’s Curse trilogy, about an 1860s Georgia plantation slave who becomes law enforcement within the vampire community. In contrast, the titular character in his Killer Genius series is a modern day hyper-intelligent black woman who uses high-end technology as a socially conscious serial killer.
SVP’s short fiction includes contributions to horror anthologies like Hell’s Kitties, Shopping List 4  and  the Stoker Award nominated New York State of Fright. A collection of short horror and dark fiction stories entitled Hell At The Way Station, published by his Laughing Black Vampire Productions publishing company and co-authored by acclaimed storyteller, Marc Abbott hit shelves in 2019.
Along with a plethora of other honors and accolades, SVP won three African-African-American Literary Awards in 2019, two for Hell At The Way Station (Best Anthology and Best In Science Fiction) and one for Best Independent Publisher. He’s also written four episodes of the YouTube series, Extra Mythology, and an episode of Viral Vignettes, that starred veteran actors John Schneider and Max Gail as embittered ex-rock and rollers...

Tamron Hall Interview

Tamron Hall’s stage manager Steven Van Patten’s “Brookwater’s Curse” and “Killer Genius” book series are gaining popularity in the literary world. He joins our “Let’s Get Lit” episode to talk about exploring his passion for horror writing while working at the show. Tam Fam, make sure you add Steve’s books to your spring/summer 2023 reading lists!



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