•August 21, 2016 • Leave a Comment

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!

The Ariadne Project: Who Is Ariadne?

•August 9, 2016 • Leave a Comment

Magick From Scratch

I heard you, Dionysos. 

Ariadne_and_DioSo, 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 is a mess. I know that I may be embarking on what could wind up being years, rather than days or weeks, of intensive research.

There are three different version of why Ariadne isn’t with Theseus, at least two different versions of what her relationship with Dionysos is like, and a half dozen versions of how or why she died.

The story we all think of, naturally, is Ariadne with her golden string, helping Theseus escape from the labyrinth and the Minotaur because she was in love with him. She sails away with him, and then he leaves her on an…

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Her Scales Shine Like Music — Tor.com

•August 3, 2016 • Leave a Comment

“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 Her Scales Shine Like Music — Tor.com

TOC For Wicked Witches (New England Horror Writers Anthology)

•July 27, 2016 • Leave a Comment

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 – Witch’s Apprentice
Barry Lee Dejasu – The Place of Bones
Peter Dudar – Portrait of Old Woman With Crows
Izzy Lee – Tilberian Holiday
Errick Danger Nunnally – Welcome to the DIV
Trisha Wooldridge – Witch
Nick Manzolillo – Saint of Regret
Jan Kozlowski – Blessed Be & Kick Ass
Catherine Grant – White Witch
Kenneth Vaughan – Run in the Widow’s Hell
Joshua Goudreau – Black Forest, Black Heart
Paul McMahon – Baskets
Doug Rinaldi – The Jatinga Effect
GD Dearborn – TS Eliot Burns in Hell
Patrick Lacey – Another Plane
Remy Flagg – Access Violation
Ogmios TheArtist – Creaking Through Salem
Suzanne Reynolds-Alpert – That Witch We Dread

TOC for Twice Upon An Apocalypse

•May 19, 2016 • Leave a Comment

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.

The Pied Piper of Providence Willie Meikle
The Three Billy Goats Sotheth Peter Dudar
Little Maiden of the Sea David Bernard
The Great Old One and the Beanstalk Armand Rosamilia
In the Shade of the Juniper Tree J. P. Hutsell
The Horror at Hatchet Point Zach Shephard
The Most Incredible Thing Bracken MacLeod
Let Me Come In! Simon Yee
The Fishman and His Wife Inanna Arthen
Little Match Mi-Go Michael Kemp
Follow the Yellow Glyph Road Scott Goudsward
Gumdrop Apocalypse Peter Rawlik
Curiosity Winifred Burniston
Ice Queen Mae Empson
Once Upon A Dream Matthew Baugh
Cinderella and Her Outer Godfather Charles Phipps
Donkeyskin KH Vaughan
Sweet Dreams in the Witch-House Sean Logan
Fee Fi Old One Thomas Brannan
The King of the Golden Mountain Morgan Sylvia
Creepy Hollow Don D’Ammassa

Matthew M. Bartlett on Rangel, Independent Publishing, and the Horror/Weird Renaissance

•April 8, 2016 • Leave a Comment

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

A Cornucopia of Darkness: Publishers you should be reading

•March 23, 2016 • Leave a Comment

Some of you have probably seen my “You Should be Reading…” posts where I call out certain authors that I think are noteworthy and tell you about them and then guilt you out becaus…

Source: A Cornucopia of Darkness: Publishers you should be reading

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