Dressing in stolen skin, watching the world through silver eyes, or questioning local folk traditions about bodies hanging in trees, these stories and poems from the women of the New England Horror Writers will leave you bleeding with fresh nightmares and hanging on with splitting fingernails to questionable reality. Wander around islands with eldritch secrets, … Continue reading WICKED WOMEN IS OUT!
Here's the The TOC for Wicked Women!! Edited by Trisha Wooldridge, Scott Goudsward, and David Price. This one is going to rock! Angi Shearstone "The Stones of Grisbury"Kameryn James "Flesh Harvest"Victoria Dalpe "Sunsets"Gillian Daniels "Her Eyes Like Silver Dollars"Elaine Pascale "Milk Time:Morgan Sylvia "Silver Heart"Kristi Petersen Schoonoverr "Arbor Day"Tracy L Carbone "The Tale of Annette"Renee … Continue reading TOC for Wicked Women
Thrilled to announce that my ocean-based poetry collection, As the Seas Turn Red, is up for an Elgin. If any voting SFPA members would like a copy, please reach out. Congrats to all the other nominees. https://www.sfpoetry.com/el/elgcand.html
Emma Jane Shaw Gibbon, one of my cohorts in the Tuesday Mayhem Society, has just released her first horror collection, Dark Blood Comes From The Feet, from Journalstone. Here's a Q & A with Emma. I cannot recommend this collection enough! How Did You Choose The Title? It’s a quote from the story “Cellar Door” … Continue reading Q & A With Emma Jane Shaw Gibbon
I've got a lot of extra traffic coming through, and suspect that it's coming from the story I have up at Pseudopod, Of Marrow And Abomination. If you liked that story, you may also like some of my other stuff. Salt Cave, which is in Wicked Weird, is sort of in a similar vein. I … Continue reading Update
Stoked to announce that my story 'Of Marrow And Abomination' has gone live on Pseudopod. This was one of my dream markets, so it's definitely brightening my day up. You can read the story online or listen to it narrated in podcast form. It's free. If you're curious about my work but haven't gotten to … Continue reading Of Marrow And Abomination
Don Anelli interviewed me for his blog, Don's World of Horror and Exploitation, for Women in horror month. Click here to read!
For anyone who is coming here after the Write Like A Girl event, here is the poem version of the snippet. They came from the river Where black waters flow cold and deep Their primordial dreams bubbled for eons in fetid muck and slime Around the shards of their victims' bones Looking back now, my … Continue reading Laws of Blood And Shadow
I've been a bit lax on updates, so here are a few at once. My short story Behind These Walls: The Confessions of Madeleine Bavent will be in Pulling Strings: A Tribute To King Diamond, from Death's Head Press. My short Power In The Hands of Fools will be in Imaginos: Bedtime Stories For The … Continue reading Updates
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