Interviews and Reviews


[This] is an intelligent horror story that reads like a parable for mental illness and homelessness…This story will leave you with a cloying sense of fragility that is hard to shake. Truly a great short story.

Signal Horizons review (excerpt)

A haunting tale of a woman losing herself, filled with beautiful imagery this is juxtaposed with the terror of what is happening. A real blast back into the book for me.

Amazon reviewer

K.C.’s tale could have been the basis for an episode of Rod Serling’s classic, “Twilight Zone.”


This story has a real bite to it…As Stephen King said, the artistic value of the work of horror lies in “its ability to form a liaison between our fantasy fears and our real fears,” and by that measure, you have succeeded very well.


“‘Maternal Bond’ by KC Grifant gets into the uncomfortable skin of post-pregnancy, and that’s only the beginning of the discomfort that this story brings. Grifant brilliantly channels the sleeplessness and disorientation of new motherhood, then moves in and shocks us awake.”
Goodreads reviewer

“Maternal Bond” by KC Grifant, in which a new mom battles lack of sleep and postpartum depression really got under my skin as I recalled my own earliest days of coping with a baby who cried nonstop.”
 -Well Worth a Read

Multiple interviews for the release of The One That Got Away

→Editor Rebecca Rowland interviews KC Grifant on horror writing 

Interview by Rebecca Rowland, editor of Shadowy Natures: Tales of Psychological Horror, on horror writing and inspirations.

Speculative Fiction, Cosmic Horror, and Weird Western Author KC Grifant Interview

Interview by Nico Bell on all flavors of SF/F writing in this print interview.

Andromeda Spaceways Magazine: KC Grifant on speculative fiction and the writing process

Interview by Science fiction editor Eugen M Bacon for the “Authors Unearthed” feature in the Australian-based, award-winning Andromeda Spaceways Magazine.

Legion of Leia: KC Grifant on California Screamin’ and the Horror Genre

Interview by Dr. Billy San Juan on the topic of horror.