Charie La Marr
The chapter celebrated Women in Horror Month with our third annual readings at the KGB Bar. K.E. Scheiner, Amy Grech, Elizabeth Crowen, and Charie D. La Marr read from their stories in the chapter’s charity anthology New York State of Fright. The evening was hosted by Carol Gyzander and James Chambers. On what turned out to be a wintry night, a small but enthusiastic crowd gathered to hear the stories and support Women in Horror.
Marc Abbott and Steven Van Patten are pleased to announce the release of Hell at the Way Station, their new anthology.
Raw Dog Screaming Press is excited to announce that a two-book deal has been signed with author James Chambers. The agreement is for a pair of short story collections to be published over the next two years. The first, On the Night Border, is horror-themed, features the Bram Stoker Award®-nominated short story “A Song Left Behind in the Aztakea Hills,” and will be released later in 2019. Poet and author Linda D. Addison has agreed to write the introduction. The second collection, The Price of Faces, focuses on Chambers’ science-fiction and fantasy-themed stories and will be released in 2020. Italian artist Daniele Serra has been commissioned to paint both covers.