“the interloper” in Chlorophobia: An Eco-Horror Anthology
I don’t know many people who would describe 2020 as anything less than a rough year. On a particularly difficult day around this time last year, I went on a long jog in the woods during a light winter rain. There, among the trees, I wrote a poem–as one does. A poem that I am…
Pre-Orders for Chlorophobia: An Eco-Horror Anthology Now Available!
I’m so excited to have my poem, “the interloper,” included in Chlorophobia: An Eco-Horror Anthology alongside 50 talented horror authors. Pre-orders are now available! Out November 24th. E-book preorders (Amazon):https://geni.us/chlorophobia Paperbacks will be available to preorder from Amazon closer to launch time, or you can preorder now from the online shop:https://ghostorchidpress.square.site/
Pre-Order Special: Pink Triangle Rhapsody
Check out my horror short story, “What Lurks in These Woods,” in Pink Triangle Rhapsody edited by Andrew Wolter, which you can pre-order now! This mixed-genre LVP Publications anthology “highlights and explores gay male cultural experiences and is dedicated to and in celebration of gay men and their cultural history.” The pre-order special package offer…
I’m having a great time at my first StokerCon this weekend, which is reminding me of why I love horror and writing so much. I had the amazing opportunity to be on the Steel City Horror panel this year alongside many talented horror writers and friends. Make sure to check it out if you’re attending!
“The Crows Belonged to Me” in HWA Poetry Showcase Volume VII
I am so excited to be a part of this year’s HWA Poetry Showcase Volume VII alongside so many amazing poets.
Join Us for A Night of Haunted Readings
I am so excited to be part of A Night of Haunted Readings with my fellow HWA Pittsburgh members on Saturday, October 24th at 7:00 PM EST. Join Michael Arnzen, Michelle Renee Lane, Gwendolyn Kiste, Lawrence C. Connolly, Douglas Gwilym, Nelson W Pyles, RJ Murray, Timothy Glen Huguenin, Sara Tantlinger, and me! Register here.
Happy Hour on Delicious Horror
I had so much fun pairing Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein with a new, delicious creation. Read all about it on Sara Tantlinger’s “Delicious Horror.”
Fiction Fragments with Michelle R. Lane
I had an awesome chat with Michelle R. Lane about writing, identity, and horror on her blog, Girl Meets Monster. Check it out here.