Erinn L. Kemper
Fred Wiehe‘s The Collected Nightmares dropped in stores June 2019, available as a trade paperback and e-book. Found wherever books are sold.
Les Klinger’s New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft: Beyond Arkham, including another 25 stories from the horror-master, will be published by Liveright/W. W. Norton in August and is available for pre-order from the usual vendors.
Sidney Williams tells us, “My dark little tale of blood obsession, knife play, and other strange desires will appear in the anthology Deranged from Darkerwood Publishing. My story is titled ‘Covered in Crimson,’ and the collection is due later this year.”
James Dorr‘s “Death and the Vampire,” one of a flash fiction series based on the New Orleanian urban legend of the “Casket Girls,” has been accepted for WeirdBook #44, to be published in mid-2020. Also, a longer story, “Flute and Harp,” will be reprinted in Helios Quarterly, Volume 6, issue 2, in June 2021.
Bruce Boston reports that he sold a poem to Dreamforge.
Marge Simon sold a flash, “Keeping Time,” to Space & Time magazine.
Christina Sng’s Japanese brush painting “Journey” is featured on the back cover of Akitsu Quarterly. Her poem, “The Sacrifice,” appears in the Ladies of Horror Flash Project. Upcoming publications include “When There Are Monsters” in the HWA Poetry Showcase Vol. 6 and “The Infection” in Eye to the Telescope. She is elated that her poem “Volition” will be displayed in a Fox Poetry Box in the near future.
Gerry Griffiths is proud to announce that his horror novel, Cryptid Country (the sequel to Cryptid Zoo), has been published by Severed Press and is now available.
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