Greetings! Here’s a taste of what’s coming in November. I’m honored to be publishing such talented writers.
Desert Mystery! Gas and Go!, by Ann K. Schwader. Ann K. Schwader lives, writes, and volunteers at her local branch library in suburban Colorado. “Lost Stars,” her tale of dark Egyptology, was recently reprinted in The Book of Cthulhu. Twisted in Dream: the Collected Weird Poetry of Ann K. Schwader (edited by S.T. Joshi) is forthcoming in October from Hippocampus Press. Her previous collection of dark SF poetry, Wild Hunt of the Stars (Sam’s Dot 2010), was a 2010 Bram Stoker Award finalist. Credits: Active member of HWA and SFWA. Bram Stoker Award finalist (poetry collection) 2010. Fiction published in The Book of Cthulhu, Rehearsals For Oblivion, Horrors Beyond, Tales Out of Innsmouth, The Darker Side, and elsewhere. View her Livejournal, Yaddith Times.
#dreaming, by William Meikle. William Meikle is a Scottish writer, now living in Canada, with ten novels published in the genre press and over 200 short story credits in thirteen countries, the author of the ongoing Midnight Eye series among others. His work has appeared in a number of professional anthologies. His current best seller is The Invasion, a sci-fi alien invasion tale with mass carnage, plucky survivors, and last minute rescues. It has been as high as #2 in the Kindle science fiction charts (and #4 in Kindle horror ). Click here to view and buy William Meikle’s books at Amazon.com.
The Tunnel Inside the Mountain, by A.J. French. A.J. French has appeared in many publications, including Abandoned Towers, The Absent Willow Review, Short-Story.Me!, Golden Visions Magazine, and issue #7 of Black Ink Horror. He also has stories in the following anthologies: Ruthless: An Extreme Horror Anthology with introduction by Bentley Little; Pellucid Lunacy edited by Michael Bailey; M is for Monster compiled by John Prescott; and 2013: The Aftermath by Pill Hill Press.
What Dances in Shadow, by Derek Ferreira. Derek E. Ferreira has always found himself drawn to Lovecraft’s mythos. A Rhode Island resident and an employee of the Miriam Hospital in Providence, he has often wondered what resides across the veil of human perception. He speaks Portuguese and has worked as an actor, a counselor and a baker. His work has been featured in the July 2010 Ezine Crossed Genres and in Crossed Genres Quarterly #3.
The Time Eater, by Adam Bolivar. Adam Bolivar is a expatriate Bostonian who has lived in New Orleans and Berkeley, and currently resides in Portland, Oregon. Despite his unconventional surname, Mr. Bolivar was raised in the bosom of his maternal family, which is wholly English, and his devotion to the Crown is unwavering.
And in December… W.H. Pugmire returns!
I hope everyone is having a great October.