“The Back Forty” appears in this anthology of Texas-based horror. Everything’s scarier in Texas, and not only is it the setting, but all of the authors are either Texas natives or folks who got here as soon as they could. … Continue reading
Killing it Softly has a gorgeous cover, and 32 stories, all written by women, that range from shivery to downright terrifying. You can pre-order it now for only 99¢ and that price vanishes on October 31.
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I’m so excited about the work I’ve been doing over the past few months. I’m working with Suzie Wargo Lockhart, who is the managing editor of Killing it Softly, a new anthology of horror fiction written by women and published … Continue reading
The small appliance had been abandoned in 1996, tossed into the “might fix it later” box, then exiled to the abyss of the attic. Lonely and bored, it escaped the box and amused itself by absorbing other discarded gadgets and … Continue reading
Pick up a copy of Wicked Words Quarterly, Volume 2. $2.99 for 12 short stories written by authors from all over the globe. My story, “Pit Stop” found a home there and I’m as pleased as I can be about … Continue reading
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The Horror… the Horror… Most excellent weekend at DragonCon. My first time (hopefully not my last) and of course, I attended many panels on the Horror and Urban Fantasy tracks. Some of these shots were taken by me, some by … Continue reading
I’m delighted to announce that my short story, “Pit Stop” will be appearing in the September issue of Wicked Words. Don’t worry, I’ll spam it to everyone when it appears.
Here it is. My first short fiction publication in 15 years. The Rogues Gallery: The Ilustrated Police News This is what I was doing earlier today: Running around like The Jerk
At last, a good solid rejection letter. One of the poems I set loose in the world was politely turned away.