February is Women in Horror Month and Black History Month! 

We will be celebrating by amplifying as many voicies as possible so you can enjoy ALL YEAR ROUND.  This page will be regulary updated as we add more books and projects. 

Be sure to follow @vlatinalondon and @sonorawrites on Twitter for your updates.

Black Voices Matter - Features and a fantastic reading list

The One That Got Away - New anthology release from Kandisha Press. Get to know the writers.  


Meet The Writer: Kiran Manral

An author, TEDx speaker, columnist and mentor, Kiran Manral in previous avatars, has been a journalist, researcher, festival curator and entrepreneur. She has received multiple awards, such as the Women Achievers Award by Young Environmentalists Association and the International Women’s Day Award 2018 from ICUNR and the Ministry of Women and Child Welfare, Government of India, for excellence in the field of writing.

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Meet The Writer: Gaby Triana

Bestselling author of 17 novels for teens and adults, including the Haunted Florida series (Island of Bones, River of Ghosts, City of Spells), Wake the Hollow, Cakespell, Summer of Yesterday, a tribute to Walt Disney World's River Country, and Paradise Island: A Sam and Colby Story. She is the host of a horror-based YouTube channel called The Witch Haunt. Published with HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Permuted Press, and Entangled, Gaby writes about witchy powers, ghosts, haunted places, and abandoned locations. She's ghostwritten over 50 novels for bestselling authors, and her books have won IRA Teen Choice, ALA Best Paperback, and Hispanic Magazine’s Good Reads Awards. She lives in Miami with her family and is at work on her next novel.





Meet the ladies from Latinx Screams 

They talk identity, horror, advice for aspiring Latina writers, and how we can support their new projects.

But Latinx Screams HERE