CHANNILLO
New Orleans Supernatural Weekly
By Deborah Dixon

Series Description:

Following a series of unfathomable attacks, journalist Sayeva Reardon decides to publish a (bi)weekly news magazine revealing the true nature of New Orleans' less mundane community. She regularly reports on stories ranging from the best to the worst in the city's supernatural underground, covering every creature and species without prejudice. But not everyone appreciates Sayeva's efforts in bringing what had so long been hidden from human eyes to light, and she soon finds herself fighting and running from danger at every angle.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Deborah Dixon:

A writer for twenty years, Deborah Dixon has completed nine novels, a series of seven novellas, and numerous short stories. She is a proud resident of New Orleans. She lives in constant fear of her house plants, Thing 1 and Thing 2.

Acknowledgements:

Many thanks to the various friends who have helped me develop the concept of a supernatural-heavy new Orleans over time.

Research appreciation goes to Patricia, whose stories about New Orleans' history gave me the basis for "Ghost Stories" and "Dark Territory"; and to Colleen, who introduced me to the Irish community way back when.

A very special thanks to my sister, who patiently answers my incessant questions regarding Korean culture and society.

Notes:

Many of the characters found in NOSPN Weekly can be found in my other works.

From Illuminated Series I, released October 2015-July 2016: Sayeva Reardon, "John Black," Dianne and Adrien Lefevre, the Whipcracks, Kee Kee and Reese, Jaime Rennick, Dr. Astaire Kenton, Roscoe Winters

From Sovereign, released July 2016: Raphael Delmedigo

From Moonset Chasers, to be released Fall 2017: Reynardo Morales

From Ascendant, to be released Winter 2017-2018: Mercy Evans

References:

Regarding the cover (version 2):

Image by vali_111 at Adobe Stock. Fonts used are Capitalis TypOasis and Arno Pro. Cover edited by Deborah Dixon.







Series Description:

Following a series of unfathomable attacks, journalist Sayeva Reardon decides to publish a (bi)weekly news magazine revealing the true nature of New Orleans' less mundane community. She regularly reports on stories ranging from the best to the worst in the city's supernatural underground, covering every creature and species without prejudice. But not everyone appreciates Sayeva's efforts in bringing what had so long been hidden from human eyes to light, and she soon finds herself fighting and running from danger at every angle.

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Deborah Dixon:

A writer for twenty years, Deborah Dixon has completed nine novels, a series of seven novellas, and numerous short stories. She is a proud resident of New Orleans. She lives in constant fear of her house plants, Thing 1 and Thing 2.

Acknowledgements:

Many thanks to the various friends who have helped me develop the concept of a supernatural-heavy new Orleans over time.

Research appreciation goes to Patricia, whose stories about New Orleans' history gave me the basis for "Ghost Stories" and "Dark Territory"; and to Colleen, who introduced me to the Irish community way back when.

A very special thanks to my sister, who patiently answers my incessant questions regarding Korean culture and society.

Notes:

Many of the characters found in NOSPN Weekly can be found in my other works.

From Illuminated Series I, released October 2015-July 2016: Sayeva Reardon, "John Black," Dianne and Adrien Lefevre, the Whipcracks, Kee Kee and Reese, Jaime Rennick, Dr. Astaire Kenton, Roscoe Winters

From Sovereign, released July 2016: Raphael Delmedigo

From Moonset Chasers, to be released Fall 2017: Reynardo Morales

From Ascendant, to be released Winter 2017-2018: Mercy Evans

References:

Regarding the cover (version 2):

Image by vali_111 at Adobe Stock. Fonts used are Capitalis TypOasis and Arno Pro. Cover edited by Deborah Dixon.