Announcement

The Worm and His Kings – cover reveal, synopsis, release date

I’m thrilled to show the cover art for The Worm and His Kings, my new novella releasing from Off Limits Press on November 15, 2020. A work of queer cosmic horror that’s up on Goodreads, I can’t wait to share the story with you later this year.

From the back cover:

New York City, 1990: When you slip through the cracks, no one is there to catch you.  Monique learns that the hard way after her girlfriend Donna vanishes without a trace.

Only after the disappearances of several other impoverished women does Monique hear the rumors. A taloned monster stalks the city’s underground and snatches victims into the dark.

Donna isn’t missing. She was taken.

To save the woman she lives, Monique must descender deeper than the known underground, into a subterranean world of enigmatic cultists and shadowy creatures. But what she finds looms beyond her wildest fears–a darkness that stretches from the dawn of time and across the stars.

Coming in 2020, Benny Rose: The Cannibal King

One more Halloween announcement–fitting because October 31st is his day.

Benny Rose, the Cannibal King will be released by Unnerving on January 23rd, 2020.  Does his name sound familiar?  All the kids of Blackwood, Vermont tell his stories, sing his songs, keep alive the memory of a man who never existed … or did he?

There will be more updates to come as the release date draws closer, but for now feast your eyes on the cover art.

And dread the legend of the Cannibal King.

September titles

While August is right now a mystery, I know a couple of titles for September with stories by me and when they’re coming:

Planet Scumm #7: A Wrinkle in Slime is due out September 6, 2019 from Spark & Fizz Books. “Reptile” is the issue’s final story.

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Running Wild Anthology of Stories, Volume 3 is due out on Nook on September 29, 2019 and on Kindle and in paperback from Amazon and Barnes & Noble from Running Wild Press, and can be pre-ordered in all those forms. “Clara Came to St. Mary’s” will open the anthology.

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Keep an eye out for Monsters in Spaaaace! from Dragon’s Roost Press which is also due out September 2019.