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About the Author

Editor Shannon Page was born on Halloween night and spent her early years on a commune in northern California’s backwoods. A childhood without television gave her a great love of books and the worlds she found in them. She wrote her first book, an illustrated adventure starring her cat, at the age of seven. Sadly, that story is currently out of print, but her work has appeared in Clarkesworld, Interzone, Fantasy, Black Static, Tor.com, and a mighty number of anthologies, including Love and Rockets from DAW, Subterranean’s Tales of Dark Fantasy 2, Flying Pen Press’s Space Tramps: Full Throttle Space Tales #5, and the Australian Shadows Award-winning Grants Pass. She will have two novels appearing in 2013: Eel River, a hippie horror tale, from Morrigan Books; and The Queen and The Tower, first book in The Nightcraft Quartet, from Per Aspera Press. She also edits anthologies, and does copyediting and proofreading for a number of publishers. Shannon is a longtime yoga practitioner, has no tattoos, and is an avid gardener in Portland, Oregon. Visit her at www.shannonpage.net.
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Product Details

  • Series: A Three Little Words Anthology
  • Paperback: 282 pages
  • Publisher: Evil Girlfriend Media (September 13, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1940154014
  • ISBN-13: 978-1940154015
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,036,693 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I was fortunate enough to receive an advance copy of "Witches, Stitches and Bitches" edited by Shannon Page. I found myself unable to put it down. I loved the fresh re-visioning on the mythic witch, the obstinate bitch and the way the Witch and the Bitch sometimes collaborate with stitchery. These deftly woven short stories of varying lengths seamlessly relate to one another. All of the stories are written by edgy and innovative writers, mostly women but with some men as well. The unconventional stories in "Witches, Stitches and Bitches" are soundly written, compelling and often chilling. I was deeply disturbed by "Spare Parts" by Stephanie Bissette-Roark. That particular story kept my heartbeat elevated long after finishing it. I found I couldn't stop talking about this dark tale of a Raggedy Ann meets Frankenstein, blood-thirsty killer. I appreciated the inclusion of YA themed stories such as "Yes, I'm a Witch" by Julie McGalliard, "The Three Gateways" by Eva Langston and "For Want of a Unicorn" by Camille Griep. "Blood Magic" by Gabrielle Harbowy casts a magical spell of survival while "Frogsong" by Kate Brandt relishes in a witches' use of enchantment. If you are in need of a good read, check out this anthology. It will keep you entertained for quite a while.
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I started to read the first story "Blood Magic," and instantly became hooked. It was clear from the beginning that this book wasn't going to pull any punches. It was dark, gritty, and beautiful is so many ways. I continued on to the second story, and before I knew it I was hooked! My favorite protagonists usually are women. It seems like they are a natural underdog, and who doesn't like an underdog story? So often women are degraded, and discounted by men. No matter what the culture, it seems that despite giving birth to all of us, women have to furtherer struggle to be appreciated for their talents and abilities. So reading a book like Witches, Stitches & Bitches that has such strong female characters is exciting for me.
Check out my full review at WatchPlayRead.com
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Fabulous creativity from all the writers while including a witch, a stitch and a bitch in every story. Standouts are "The Bitchy Witch Queen and the Undone Stitches" by Garth Upshaw and "Not Even if I Wanted To" by Kodak Julian. They couldn't be more different in tone and type, but they are the best in my opinion. Upshaw builds a complex, darkly magical world full of relatable, believable emotion in his teenaged characters. Julian's brief retelling of Hansel and Gretel is atmospheric, haunting, and the most literary piece in the book. Other standouts are "The Knitted Man" by Bo Balder and "Dress of Fur and Fangs" by Rebecca Fung. The stories are all good-to-great (except the one) (not going to name it) (buy this book).
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To start off, I was not a sci-fi, fantasy, zombie or really that much of a fiction reader. I was more of a historical biography nerd, but I do love me some Marvel comics and graphic novels from time to time. A friend recommended this book to me when I made a snide comment about such things. I ended up not only eating crow, but buying a collection of the other Evil Girlfriend Media books after participating in a chat-with-the-authors discussion online.
Now I guess I am a sci-fi, horror, zombie, vampire, historical biography, ukulele, Marvel Comic nerd.... And I'm ok with that. Now if only there was a story about a ukulele-playing, Nazi zombie superhero in tights...... hmmmmmm.
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I reached out to author Stephanie Bissette-Roark in the beginning of September after reading a synopsis of her writing on Facebook. I found out that her introductory snippet was actually a part of a larger book, "Witches, Stitches and Bitches" and anthology produced by up and coming publishing company by the name of Evil Girlfriend Media.

I discovered EGM when utilizing facebook's new "stalker mode" and having it pop up on my feed from an author friend. I went to their page and scoped them out, eventually leading me to their website. I kind of forgotten about them until I came across a feed that produced a few pictures with cleverly placed snippet from the book "Witches, Stitches and Bitches." ... A paranormal based anthology... says what!?

I sent a request to Stephanie Bissette-Roark for a potential ARC of this book. She then passed it onto her publisher, and I received a copy in my E-mail. I was so stoked!

This book is the perfect gateway from Summer to the cool, crisp autumn nights in October. I was able to curl up and instantly felt the spell it cast over me. ( *wink wink* ) I sunk deeper and deeper into these short stories.

As with all short story anthologies, this book featured incredibly strong, well written stories and some that I found myself skimming through just to get an idea for my review. Listed below are my top three favorite stories:

"Urgent Care" by Christine Morgan

"Spare Parts" by Stephanie Bissette-Roark (This is not because of the ARC..it truly is a creative and entertaining story.)

"Three Gateways" by Eva Langston

I am very excited about this introductory book from Evil Girlfriend Media, even more excited about the up and coming anthologies as well. This is beginning a strange, twisted, creepy, gory road for a kick ass idea. I look forward to wrapping my mind, and hands, around whatever they produce.
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