Entertainingly Evil
30
Jun

Border by Jennifer R. Povey

You pick up all kinds of interesting stories when you guard the border. That’s the basic truth of it. You also learn that they aren’t really bad people. I know. It’s a heresy to admit that the Lorians might be anything other than utterly evil people. You know… babies on sword blades. That’s the image […]


25
Jun

GOOD INTENTIONS by Gerri Leen

The night is dark, the wind blowing hard and wet. The guy clutching his gut and staggering down the street needs help. I’m a woman alone, in a new town, and pretty sure that this isn’t the safest neighborhood. So, stop me if you’ve heard this one. Nice girl moves to the big city, tries […]


23
Jun

The Ghosts of Second Children by G.G. Silverman

The police have long stormed out of my clinic, and a mother has just finished giving birth in chains on a cot in this small gray cell of a room. She lies crying, unable to look at her stillborn fetus, its body darkened by the abortive agent given three days ago. I pick up the […]


18
Jun

In Flight Service By Edward Ahern

“So where are you headed?” The round man had flopped into his seat, pressing Cassie against the bulkhead. “West,” she replied, hoping one word wouldn’t provide enough momentum to start a conversation. “Going to Little Rock myself, for a preacher’s convention. We’ll be working on how to better spread the Good Word.” “That’s nice.” The […]


16
Jun

Roses are Forever By Rebecca Fung

“May I help you?” asked the saleslady. “I’m looking for something for a girl … well, you know. She’s kinda special. Something different. Not your usual roses and chocolate bullshit. Though she does like roses,” said Milton. “That’s something to work with,” said the saleslady. “All our items are very special. Just ask.” “What about […]


16
Apr

Mistakes Were Made by Premee Mohamed

I wonder what year I will start appearing in school textbooks as the man who let Them in, or if we are on the trembling verge of not having textbooks any more, or schools, or children to sit in them. From here it is very hard to tell. But I hope they will speak of […]


31
Oct

2015 Publication Schedule

Evil Girlfriend Media is excited to announce our 2015 publication schedule. In the next couple of months, we will bring you interviews with authors, excerpts, and opportunities to obtain advanced copies of books. JANUARY Apocalypse Girl Dreaming by Jennifer Brozek     The Archivist by Tom D Wright Rachel by Dobromir Harrison   Murder Girls […]


21
Apr

NEWS: JENNIFER BROZEK SIGNS WITH EVIL GIRLFRIEND MEDIA

Evil Girlfriend Media Signs Jennifer Brozek’s Apocalypse Girl Dreaming   It has become very apparent that Jennifer Brozek is an Evil Girlfriend. She came on board with us early last September before our first book was released with full faith that the EGM team would stand by their mission statement of creating high quality science […]


18
Apr

INTERVIEW: SEANAN MCGUIRE

  An Interview with Seanan McGuire By Jen West      Seanan McGuire’s “The Lambs” kicks off the Bless Your Mechanical Heart anthology from Evil Girlfriend Media with a near-future story of covert surveillance used as a tool for deterring school bullying. Beven is a “lamb”, a robot disguised as a human teenager who has […]


15
Apr

GUEST POST: Lillian Cohen-Moore

We Get By With A Little Help From Our Friends (Katie’s Impromptu Title For This Guest Post)   Defining personhood, the concept of when we legally and biologically recognize the sentience and autonomy of another being, is one of those concepts I can’t set down. In The Imperial Companion, it’s one of the essential challenges of […]



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