Erinn L. Kemper
Bev Vincent is pleased to announce that he and Stephen King are co-editing an anthology of scary stories involving flying. Flight or Fright will be published on September 4, 2018 by Cemetery Dance Publications in North America and Hodder & Stoughton in the UK, with a simultaneous audiobook from Simon & Schuster Audio.
Keith Ferrario is proud to announce the re-release of his first novel, Deadly Friend. He’s been wanting this to happen for such a long time. Now with a new cover, new publisher (Gabriel’s Horn Press), and same great story, it’s finally here. If you like ghost stories filled with nightmares, mystery, and revenge, check it out. And for the first time, Deadly Friend is available as an e-book.
Christina Sng’s first published short fiction, “Red,” a modern retelling of Little Red Riding Hood and her dark origin story, appears in Space and Time #131.
Jess Landry has two short stories on the horizon, both in anthologies from Crystal Lake Publishing. The first, “The Heart Stops at the End of Laurel Lane,” will be featured in Lost Highways: Dark Fictions from the Road, out July 20 and edited by D. Alexander Ward. The second, “Mutter,” is in Fantastic Tales of Terror, edited by Eugene Johnson and out this summer.
Kyla Lee Ward is extremely pleased to have her short story “And In Her Eyes The City Drowned” in Weirdbook #39. Belatedly discovering she made the HWA Poetry Showcase V with her poem “Revenants of the Antipodes” was also a thrill.
Nina Shepardson has sold a story, “The Half-Souled Woman,” to C.M. Muller‘s anthology Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles. The anthology releases in February 2019 and will contain 22 stories on the theme of the doppelganger.
Brick Marlin has reason to celebrate. His eleventh book, Dark Places of Rest, is now out from Hydra Publications. The book, the beginning of a series, is for those who “love dark fantasy, dark sci-fi (including the weird, the bizarre), and horror.”
Michael Arruda announces, “the reissue of my short story collection, For the Love of Horror, coming soon from Crossroad Press.”
Kathryn Ptacek‘s short story “Sounds” has been reprinted in The Five Senses of Horror anthology edited by Eric J. Guignard. With interior illustrations by Nils Bross and commentary by Jessica Bayliss, the anthology was released in paperback and e-book format from Dark Moon Books.
Morven Westfield has had a story accepted in Transcendent: Dreams, Nightmares, Visions, and Hallucinations, from Transmundane Press, due out later this year. Looking for inspiration or folklore to add to your horror? Morven will have multiple articles in Issue 38 of The Witches’ Almanac, available for pre-order now.
Ken Hueler’s story, “The Colors of the Gods,” appears in Weirdbook #39. A sequel to Lovecraft’s “The Colour Out of Space,” the story explores what happened with the creature left behind in the newly formed lake and introduces a group of synesthetes who can see it.
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