Interview with Katy Michelle Quinn, author of The Girl in the Walls
We’re excited to bring you our second interview! This time we’re chatting with Katy Michelle Quinn. She is the author of Girl in the Walls, which is out June 1, 2021 from Clash Books. You can preorder the book here!
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- Katy has attended Bizarro Con and misses those moments of connection at in-person conventions.
- She is reading N.K. Jemison’s novel The Fifth Season, listening to hyper pop like Charlie XCX as well as metal, hardcore and country music. Katy is also watching Star Trek for the first time (!) and recently re-watched Will & Grace.
- Katy’s horror recs include the director Dario Argento and other Italian horror films from the 1970s and 80s.
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