Category Archives: horror

New collection for pre-order: THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF EVERYTHING

Hi all, I hope we can get some advance copies at the August residency, but if not, my latest collection of short fiction, The People’s Republic of Everything, is now up for pre-order in the usual places: Amazon, Barnes & … Continue reading

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I AM PROVIDENCE is out now

My latest novel, I Am Providence, is shipping a bit early from and will be in better bookstores everywhere next month. It’s a mystery novel of sorts, and set at a convention for fans of H. P. Lovecraft. It’s … Continue reading

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Short Story Accepted To DarkFuse

Hello MFAers/Alum/The Ever Wondrous BC, One of my short stories from thesis, “Ritual” has just been accepted for publication in DarkFuse’s anthology series. This actually came as some very good news during a very stressful week and I’m happy to … Continue reading

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New short story publication

Hey Everyone. My story, “Lies Under Skin,” has just published in the new anthology The Demonologia Biblica. This anthology contains a good mix of emerging authors and award-winning veterans in the dark fiction and horror genres. Now available on Amazon … Continue reading

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My short story “Johnny Versus the Creatures” now published

Hey everyone, I wanted to share the news that my story is part of the newly published anthology Unnatural Tales of the Jackalope available on Amazon as an ebook, paperback due for release this evening last I heard. The story, … Continue reading

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Haunted Legends, four years in the making

In January 2007, I came up with an idea for an anthology so obvious nobody had bothered doing it before—”true” regional ghost stories written by real writers instead of by the local weirdo. It’s almost four years later, and after … Continue reading

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