Wednesday Women of Horror Blog Share-Jill Girardi

Jill Girardi

Jill Girardi of Kandisha Press is very special to me because she was the first person to consider a story of mine worth publishing. She is the chief cook and bottle washer at Kandisha Press where she along with her crew, publish horror anthologies written entirely by women. She is currently taking a break from that though so she can focus on her own writing. Jill has earned a break since she has already published five anthologies through her press.

Here’s her bio from the Kandisha Press website:

JILL GIRARDI – Editor-In-Chief, Author, Declawed Subcreature.

Jill is the author of Hantu Macabre, (Published by Fixi Novo) the best-selling novel featuring punk rock paranormal detective Suzanna Sim and Tokek the toyol. The book was shortlisted for the 2019 Popular/The Star Readers’ Choice Awards. Suzanna and Tokek will also be taken to the big screen, as a full-length film based on the characters is set to start shooting in 2021, with former MMA Fighter Ann Osman starring as Suzanna.

Jill has several short horror stories published (many of which feature various small, wicked creatures) and will soon begin working on the next volume in the Hantu Macabre series. She currently lives in New York where she is the editor of the Kandisha Press Women of Horror Anthology books.

Twitter: @jill_girardi
Instagram: @jill_girardi
Amazon: amazon.com/Various/e/B07JJQZSSK
Good Reads: Jill_Girardi
IMDB: Jill Girardi

My review of Hantu Macabre!

My first published story which can be found in the fourth Kandisha Press anthology, Don’t Break the Oath!

And lastly, a link for a list of all the Women of Horror anthologies: Kandisha Press Books

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