Episode 102 – Stina Leicht and Chris Holm

On May 8, 2012, in Podcast, by Patrick Hester

In the 102nd episode of the Functional Nerds Podcast, Patrick Hester and John Anealio welcome Stina Leicht and Chris Holm.

About Stina:

Stina Leicht is a 2012 Campbell Award nomineee and author of two books: Of Blood and Honey, And Blue Skies from Pain published by Night Shade Books.  Stina Leicht‘s debut novel Of Blood and Honey, a historical Fantasy with an Irish Crime edge set in 1970s Northern Ireland, was released by Night Shade books in February 2011. And Blue Skies from Pain (a sequel to Of Blood and Honey) was released March 22, 2012 and is available via Indie Bound, Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Night Shade Books, BookPeople and Powell’s. She also has a flash fiction piece in Ann and Jeff VanderMeer’s surreal anthology Last Drink Bird Head.

About Chris:

Chris F. Holm was born in Syracuse, New York, the grandson of a cop with a penchant for crime fiction. It was the year of punk rock and Star Wars, two influences that to this day hold more sway over Chris than perhaps his wife would like.  He wrote his first story at the age of six, which got him sent to the principal’s office.  Since then, his stories have appeared in a slew of publications, including Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Beat to a Pulp, and Thuglit. His novella “The Hitter” was selected to appear in THE BEST AMERICAN MYSTERY STORIES 2011, edited by Harlan Coben and Otto Penzler.  He’s been an Anthony Award nominee, a Derringer Award finalist, and a Spinetingler Award winner. His debut novel, DEAD HARVEST, is available February 2012 via Angry Robot Books, with its sequel, THE WRONG GOODBYE, to follow that October.


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5 Responses to Episode 102 – Stina Leicht and Chris Holm

  1. :raises hand: Lapsed Catholic here…

  2. Fred Kiesche says:

    Unlapsed Catholic here.

  3. […] Functional Nerds interviews Stina Leicht and Chris Holm […]

  4. Texanne says:

    Cool. Listening to it now. Hey, are you going to try to get Anne Lyle for your show? She’s an Angry Robot author, and I want to hear her English accent.

    Good for the donor fellow, too. Woot!

    • John A does all the booking. Our only issue getting British authors on the show is with timezones – someone either has to get up early or stay up late to make things work.


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