Erinn L. Kemper
Gerry Griffiths is proud to announce that his horror novel, Cryptid Island (the prequel to Cryptid Zoo), has been published by Severed Press and is now available.
Carina Bissett‘s poem, “Oh Mad Arachne: A Folle in Three Acts,” was published in the December 2018 issue of NonBinary Review #19 Dante’s Inferno at Zoetic Press. https://www.zoeticpress.com/lit-journals/nonbinary-review-issue-19-dantes-inferno.
Bruce Boston sold a poem to New Myths.
Sheri White’s story, “Cross My Heart, Hope to Die,” will be published in Issue #43 of The Sirens Call e-Zine, the “Women in Horror” issue. Her story ,“Just Two Guys Looking for a Good Time,” was published on Elaine Pascal’s blog “The Ones You Don’t Bring Home” as part of her Women in Horror Month celebration. Elaine featured stories that showed women are just as capable as writing extreme horror as men. It can be found at http://elainepascale.com/wihm-x-the-ones-you-don-t-bring-home/day-18-sheri-white-just-two-guys-looking-for-a-good-time.
Naching T. Kassa‘s story, “Narcoleptic,” appeared in Issue #43 of The Sirens Call e-Zine. This issue featured Women in Horror, and she was pleased to be part of such a talented group.
Marge Simon sold a poem to New Myths. Her collaborative book with Bryan D. Dietrich, The Demeter Diaries, has been accepted by Independent Legions Publishing and will be out in June 2019.
Christina Sng’s poems, “Rapunzel,” “The Girl and Her Wolf Dog,” and “Forest Mother”, have been nominated for the 2019 Rhysling Awards. She has sold a story, “The Goblin,” to Daily Science Fiction, and her flash fiction, “How It Began,” appears at the Ladies of Horror Flash Project.
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