the possession of natalie glasgow

“Feast for Small Pieces” on Pseudopod, TPONG audio update, 2021 lists

Last story of the year, and it’s about a favorite for many: “Feast for Small Pieces” opens my short story collection Unfortunate Elements of My Anatomy, and also opens the final 2021 episode of Pseudopod, Flash on the Borderlands LIX, which features four horrific flash fics for your listening pleasure.
In further audio news: previously available exclusively to Audible, The Possession of Natalie Glasgow audiobook, narrated by the brilliant Gemma Amor, is now available at a wide selection of online retailers, including Libro.FM!
In other news, Queen of Teeth had the good fortune to appear on a couple more end-of-year lists, and I’m immensely grateful:
Also, Book Riot recommended Unfortunately Elements of My Anatomy in their article Short Stories for Dark Nights.
That will do it for 2021. Thank you for all your support, and Happy New Year!

Audiobook of The Possession of Natalie Glasgow; 10 Weird Writers List

Happy Friday the 13th, everyone! Let’s get some horror going.

First up, The Possession of Natalie Glasgow is now available in audiobook from Amazon! TPONG is my debut novella, and though I had hoped to release the audiobook in time with the two-year anniversary of TPONG’s original ebook release in October, 2020 had other plans. Still, it’s available now, and narrated by Bram Stoker-nominated author Gemma Amor, whose voice takes hold of TPONG so readily that I can’t look at the book’s text anymore without hearing her voice.

Check it out!

Earlier this week, I was honored to be placed on Silent Motorist Media’s list of Ten Weird Writers to Save Us in 2020. Authors were nominated by readers and chosen by editors and writers. I’m proud to be here, and especially proud that this list is so inclusive.

Lastly, my new queer cosmic horror novella, The Worm and His Kings, releases in just two days! Off Limits Press is now sold out of copies, but it can still be ordered in ebook and paperback from Amazon. It’s been a long time coming, but the Worm is nearly here!

“What the Girls Are Doing” in The Ghastling; audio book announcement

The Ghastling #11 has released with a bang! Fully illustrated, beautiful artwork surrounds each story, one of them being “What the Girls Are Doing.” Some moms can be smothering, even beyond the grave

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Check it out in The Ghastling #11.

And …

Coming this summer to an audio book store near you: The Possession of Natalie Glasgow, narrated by the multi-talent Gemma Amor, beloved author, artist, and voice actor. I’ll post about it again closer to release, but late July looks likely, near the one-year anniversary of the paperback’s release. It’s going to be an exciting summer!

Mega Mid-September Update

There’s much to address, but that’s because I’ve neglected the site over a busy week, so I have no one to blame but myself.  One thing at a time!

First, due to popular demand, my debut novella The Possession of Natalie Glasgow is now available in paperback!

Second, I did an interview over at Planet Scumm.  Dinosaurs, robots–it has it all! I’ll soon be adding a page for interviews and articles now that there are a couple of them.

Third, a recommendation. Each year, long-time horror editor Ellen Datlow releases a new entry in her Best Horror of the Year series.  Volume 11 collects her best picks of 2018, but she also has an online recommendations.  One of those stories is “The Man Upstairs,” published in Five on the Fifth back in November 2018.  So check it out; it’s recommended.

Last, Demain Publishing’s Short Sharp Shocks! series is about to get longer.  An Invitation to Darkness joins the ranks on September 27 as a standalone novelette.  It’s available for pre-order on Amazon.

 

Novella: The Possession of Natalie Glasgow

 

My debut horror novella, The Possession of Natalie Glasgow, is now available for purchase on Amazon.

“Throughout, there’s a sense of menace and danger, which is a hard thing to maintain, and the author handles it very well.” – Inconsistent Pacing Reviews and Discussion

“If you are looking for a quick, frightening read that touches on the primal fear within us all, this is your story.” – Cats Luv Coffee Book Reviews

(note: previously released under another title, updated July 2019)