Selected Articles, Essays, Interviews, and Podcasts

“The Lowdown with…Nicholas Kaufmann” – Simon Bestwick’s blog

“Adding a Supernatural Element to Your Thriller” – Killer Nashville

“Guest Post: Nicholas Kaufmann talks about collaborating on a novel” – Frank Michaels Errington’s Horrible Book Reviews

“Who Goes There?/The Thing From Another World” – The Literary License Podcast

“31 Days of Halloween…with Nicholas Kaufmann” – Library of the Damned

“Nicholas Kaufmann” – The Horror Show with Brian Keene (podcast)

“My Superpower: Nicholas Kaufmann (Die and Stay Dead)” – The Skiffy and Fanty Show

“My Favorite Bit: Nicholas Kaufmann Talks About Die and Stay Dead” – Mary Robinette Kowal’s journal

“The Intel: Nicholas Kaufmann” – Crime Thriller Fella

“Nicholas Kaufmann Goes Beyond ‘The Exorcist’ with Demons of a Different Type” – SF Signal

“Interview: Nicholas Kaufmann” – Blood Rose Books

Die and Stay Dead by Nicholas Kaufmann” – The Big Thrill

“Author Interview with Nicholas Kaufmann” – The Book Plank

“The H Word: Hardboiled Horror” –  Nightmare Magazine

“The Story Behind Dying Is My Business by Nicholas Kaufmann” – Story Behind the Book: Volume 5, a charity anthology benefitting the UK charity Epilepsy Action

“Ten Questions About Dying Is My Business, by Nicholas Kaufmann” – Chuck Wendig’s Terrible Minds

“Nicholas Kaufmann’s Top 10 Immortal Heroes” – All Things Urban Fantasy

“My Favorite Bit: Nicholas Kaufmann Talks About Dying Is My Business” – Mary Robinette Kowal’s journal

“The Big Idea: Nicholas Kaufmann” – John Scalzi’s Whatever

“Interview: Nicholas Kaufmann, author of Dying Is My Business” – My Bookish Ways

“Interview with Nicholas Kaufmann” (video/podcast) – Sword & Laser

“Some Boxes Should Never Be Opened” – SF Signal

Dying Is My Business by Nicholas Kaufmann” – The Big Thrill

“Be My Victim: Nicholas Kaufmann — A Chat About Awards” – SF Signal

“The Top Ten Hammer Films to Horrify You This Halloween” – Fantasy Magazine

“Chasing the Dragon” – Blood and Stardust

“But Is It Horror? A Critical Re-Examination of Genre in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road” — Dark Scribe Magazine

“Eerie Events and Horrible Happenings: Plotting Short Horror Fiction” — On Writing Horror

 

 

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