New England has a rich, dark history with the supernatural. From this region many writers of dark fiction have fueled their stories. One chapter in history has been the stuff of legends and nightmares: the Witch. Look to ancient mythology or your next door neighbor and you will find them, practicing arts both Dark… Continue reading Wicked Witches – Available now!
I am super stoked to announce that Bloodshot Books will release my horror novel, Abode, in 2017. We will be debuting this at Necon, to be specific. More to come!
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I heard you, Dionysos. So, as I begin to delve into the idea of Ariadne as a goddess, equal in stature to Dionysos, I know that I will have to dig deep and be exhaustive. Before I even begin, I know that the source material that exists on Ariadne…
“Her Scales Shine Like Music” by Rajnar Vajra is a moving science fiction novelette about an encounter and budding relationship between two aliens, one human, who are the only living creatures occupying a planet in deep space. The human is assigned to guard a valuable find, while his colleagues leave, to file a report with… via… Continue reading Her Scales Shine Like Music — Tor.com
Stoked to be a part of this! This witch-themed antho will be released in Salem, Mass., Halloween weekend. Wicked Witches – ToC – (Random Order) Rob Smales – Moving House Morgan Sylvia – To Dance the Witch’s Circle Again John M. McIlveen – In Agatha Craggin’s Defense James A. Moore – Home Again Morven Westfield… Continue reading TOC For Wicked Witches (New England Horror Writers Anthology)
From the twisted minds that brought you Once Upon An Apocalypse, Scott Goudsward and Rachel Kenley are proud to present the final TOC for Twice Upon an Apocalypse coming 2017 from Joe Mynhardt and Crystal Lake Publishing. 21 Tales of Lovecraftian horrors mashed with the fairy tales that your parents used to read before bedtime.… Continue reading TOC for Twice Upon An Apocalypse
Matthew M. Bartlett’s debut short story collection, Gateways to Abomination, was a critical success, drawing praise from some of the top names in the underground horror and weird literature field. … Source: Matthew M. Bartlett on Rangel, Independent Publishing, and the Horror/Weird Renaissance