Erinn L. Kemper
Sheri White’s story, “Shut In,” will be published as part of The Ladies of Horror Flash Project on Nina D’Arcangela’s blog. Also, her story, “The Gift That Keeps on Giving,” will be included in Shadows Over Deathlehem, out in November by Grinning Skull Press.
Nights of the Living Dead edited by Jonathan Maberry and HWA Grandmaster George Romero includes all original stories by some of today’s most important writers: Brian Keene, Carrie Ryan, Chuck Wendig, Craig Engler, David J. Schow, David Wellington, Isaac Marion, Jay Bonansinga, Joe R. Lansdale, John Russo, John Skipp, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Max Brallier, Mike Carey, Mira Grant, Neal Shusterman, and Ryan Brown. Plus original stories by Romero and Maberry!
Heddy Johannesen‘s poem, “Encounter with Death,” will be published in the Untimely Frost anthology and not Darklings Beasts and Brews as previously reported.
Marge Simon has a lot to report this month. She sold a flash fiction, “Martha X,” to Vestal Review. It’s about a feminine robot akin to Asimov’s “Helen O’ Loy” only with a much different twist to it. Her story, “The Middleton Hotel,” is shortlisted for inclusion in Tales from the Lake #4. Poem and art for a vampire poem, “Lady,” sold to Night to Dawn. “Anteroom Gathering” was taken for Silver Blade. An essay on “The Significance of Poetry in the Genre” will appear in the 2018 Stokercon Souvenir book, edited by Michael Bailey. Bruce Boston and Marge Simon‘s collaborative poem, “Carnival of Ghosts,” will also be in the program book.
Sandy DeLuca tells us that, “the audiobook for Manhattan Grimoire is the newest release out there right now, and Darkness Conjured was just released. Both are from Crossroad Press.” Darkness Conjured – http://a.co/cNoacwp; audio edition of Manhattan Grimoire – http://a.co/fATpapk.
Lisa Morton reports some sales. She has new short stories appearing in The Beauty of Death 2: Death by Water, Unspeakable Horror 2: Abominations of Desire, and Adam’s Ladder, while a nonfiction article of hers will be published in Where Nightmares Come From.
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