Sean Patrick Traver is the author of Graves’ End, Red Witch, and Wraith Ladies Who Lunch, all of which are about the intrusion of magic into the everyday world. He is a member of the LA chapter of the Horror Writers’ Association, and also works at the (world famous) Iliad Bookshop in North Hollywood, CA. He is composed largely of carbon and oxygen, with some nitrogen, phosphorus, and calcium mixed in.

BRUJACHICA is an episodic series of eight novellas, published by Omnium Gatherum. The first and second volumes, THE FAT LADY SINGS and SECRET GARDEN, are available now, with subsequent installments to follow.

Tomas Delgado, the ghost of a century-old necromancer who currently resides in the body of a black cat, takes a young orphan-turned-witch under his tutelage. This episodic tale takes us from Tom’s earliest efforts to provide shelter and food for a young girl in an unforgiving urban landscape to her eventual maturation into a powerful sorcerer who must decide how to use her extraordinary skills in the everyday world.

Episode One: The Fat Lady Sings

Predators lurk in the city and one has set his sights on Tom’s young ward. In his current form as a tiny, sickly kitten, he’s no match for this human monster. Not far away, though, there just might be a lady who is…

“I loved everything about THE FAT LADY SINGS – the dark magic, the descriptions of hidden L.A., the coming-of-age tale – but I think my favorite part is the poignant and wonderfully-written story of the bond that develops between human and animal companion. I can’t wait for the rest of this series!”

– Lisa Morton, six-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author

Episode Two: Secret Garden

Where in the middle of a city can a witch-in-training learn the ancient ways of sun and soil, wind and rain? LA has changed a lot in a hundred years, but the ghost of old Tomas Delgado knows of one still-wild patch in the heart of the suburbs where his student might practice her crafts in the traditional manner: with one foot planted in the natural world, and the other in human society. But space must first be made ready before the work begins, and the faded ghosts of memory must be cleared away…