Erinn L. Kemper
Mark Hauer is pleased to announce the sale of “Kyoto Grannies Boxing Club” to Strangers in a Strange Land: Immigrant Tales, edited by Chris Rhattigan and Katherine Tomlinson. Published January 24, 2019, and available on Amazon, Kindle, and reputable bookstores everywhere.
Lisa Morton and Les Klinger have co-edited Ghost Stories: Classic Tales of Horror and Suspense, to be published by Pegasus Books in April 2019. The book has already received a starred review in Publishers Weekly that called it “a work of art, a pleasure to read, and a serious and welcome contribution to the study of the ghost story in English.”
Stephanie Ellis reports, “I’ve just had my short story, Asylum of Shadows, released (novelette) as part of a new venture by Demain Publishing. A gothic horror, it is part of their Short Sharp Shocks! Series and was published on 1 March.” Readers can find out more at https://stephanieellis.org.
Samantha Lee‘s short short story, “Take 5,” features in the Winter 2019 edition of Curiosities. It started life as a five-minute broadcast piece for Capital Radio’s “Moment of Terror.” It has since been published in Fantasy Tales, Knave, Me Magazine, and her own collection Worse Things Than Spiders. Curiosities has an audio version as well. Also, her story, “Dream Sequence,” has just come out in Trevor Kennedy‘s Gruesome Grotesques 4 – Space.
The Bookseller’s Daughter by Steven Burt has been released through Ingram distributing. It is available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Booksellers-Daughter-Steven-Burt/dp/0985618868.
Christopher Rush is holding a book signing for his latest title, 13 Dead, on 13 April in Loftus Hall, County Wexford, Ireland, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Sheri White’s story, “When Arachnids Attack,” was accepted to the anthology When the Clock Strikes 13. Available March 31; order now at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NLKK3CR.
The Final Days by Terence Hannum is now available. “Taking place during the last week of the year 1999, The Final Days follows the highly intelligent rebellious teenager, Candace, who is trapped with her father during the Y2K hysteria. Candace’s father has plans with his religious friends, and devout girlfriend Nancy, to go to the family camp, where they will wait out the coming tribulation. Every day is a descent into religious fervor, extreme fasting, gun worship, and terror that will test Candace and her father’s relationship.” (Unnerving) https://www.unnervingmagazine.com/product-page/pre-order-midnight-snacks-the-final-days-by-terence-hannum
Jack of No Trades has taken Marge Simon‘s prose/flash “Lantern in the Snow.” And she is thrilled to report that she has just won the Pulitzer and the Pushcart; her flash fiction, “WTF,” has been accepted for The New Yorker; and she is a GoH at every genre convention for 2020. Way to go, Marge!
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