Blood Bath Lit Zine’s second issue, Demons, is now available as an ebook. What does it take to survive when Washington, D.C. is overrun with demons? Find out in “The Joke,” and also read the many other neat stories loaded in this wonderful book.
Blood Bath Lit Zine has unleashed their second issue, Demons, on the world, much to my delight! They’ve been teasing content for the past few weeks, tantalizing short stories and poems, which I can’t wait to read, and I’m proud to have my story “The Joke” among them, about a politician in demon-infested D.C.
Right now the print edition is available in limited run, and the ebook will be available soon.
My latest drabble, “Rest in Peace, Mother” is up with other cool stories in the April 21 Trembling With Fear. Check it out!
I’m a few days late for this, but if you check out the March 31st Trembling With Fear, you can read my drabble “Herbie’s Eats” among the other cool stories.
The wonderful SERIAL Magazine has released their special Valentine’s Day issue, and even in horror, there are love stories.
“An Invitation to Darkness” is a sweeping tale of a retired sea captain, the woman she loves, a manor by the sea, ghosts, graves, dark secrets, eldritch monstrosities–everything you could want on Valentine’s Day, wrapped in a classic-feeling Gothic horror for the modern day.
Today brings to the world my first published stories for 2019!
“Daisy” is the short story of a dog and the slight she cannot forgive. You can read it free at the Gallows Hill Magazine website.
Also for a quick read, check out “Sunday Afternoon for Benny Rose” at Dime Show Review, where they type ten-word stories on vintage typewriters and upload the results. Pretty snazzy!
And of course, Happy Women in Horror month!
If you’re up for a little holiday horror, there’s plenty to be found at The Horror Tree’s Trembling With Fear update. Among the many spooky stories is “It Takes a Village” (fifth story down), about a ghost and a dreadful Christmas many years ago.