Wednesday, April 9, 2014
DAYS OF MADNESS 4: HIDDEN HORRORS is available now for FREE at Smashwords!
An embalmer with sticky fingers gets a tip that he'll never forget.
Firelight reveals the ghosts of conscience past.
Film noir femmes fatales take on their craziest caper yet in a trip beyond the stars.
Horrors crawl from the kitchen sink, only to find itself a monster among monsters.
And six other stories full of twisting, turning hidden horrors await in Days of Madness 4.
Featuring new stories by Absolutely*Kate, Chris Allinotte, R.S. Bohn, Erin Cole, Park Cooper & Barb Lien, William Davoll, Richard Godwin, Mav Skye, Benjamin Sobieck, Angel Zapata.
Thursday, April 3, 2014
Three of my poems appear in this month’s issue of Writing Tomorrow Magazine. If you get a chance, stop by and read my latest works, “The Anonymous Dead,” “Mission Aborted,” and “Prayers from Crooked Spines.”
Heartfelt thanks to editor, Miranda Kopp-Filek, for the publication and her encouraging words.
Monday, March 17, 2014
Over the next ten days, ten authors take on this theme and offer you their own unique interpretations. My story kicked off the event. C’mon and celebrate the madness with us.
Day 1: The Arrow Appears Ahead of the Hunter, by Angel Zapata
Day 2: The Other Side of Lucy-Lou, by Erin Cole
Day 3: Honey Trapp, by Absolutely*Kate
Day 4: Perfectly Indifferent, by Benjamin Sobieck
Day 5: Lifting the Veil, by Park Cooper and Barb Lien
Day 6: The Talking Hand, by William Davoll
Day 7: Five Hundred and Twenty-six Sugar Pills, by Mav Skye
Day 8: The Embalmer, by R.S. Bohn
Day 9: Feet, by Chris Allinotte
Day 10: Cupboard Full of Knives, by Richard Godwin
Monday, February 24, 2014
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Thursday, November 7, 2013
The awesome folk out at Popcorn Horror will be featuring one of the included stories every Thursday for the next five weeks. Today’s story is “Yours and Mine.”
The Popcorn Horror website is a horror lover’s dream. They showcase tons of short independent horror films, art, reviews, fiction, and other beautiful nightmares. Follow them on Twitter. Like them on Facebook. Invade their website like you’re a body snatcher. Show ‘em some love, people.
Sincere thank goes to Cara out at PH. I’m so glad you stumbled upon my work, by chance, over at MicroHorror. You rock!
Monday, October 28, 2013
Flames of Quiet Light: Thirteen Tiny Tales of Love and Loss.
Includes fiction previously published online or in printed journals as well as two brand new tales: “The Divinity of Grass” and “Fifth Grade.”
There used to be a fence here, around this domicile husk. The children, two by two, were ushered through the gates. Small, bare feet hovered above the earth like ghosts, touching air and nothing else. It was the large hands of strangers that swung them over the steps, set them down on the cool tile floor of the orphanage lobby. The boy remembers that when it stormed the window shades would sway like paper arks, and all the caged animals on the curtains- two rabbits, two canaries, two cats, two dogs- would dissolve to whimpers and scratches, broken only by the sound of thunder or the creak of bedsprings in the dark room. The girl has no memory of fur or feathers. She would listen to the rain fall and pretend the lightning bolts were a carnival of cotton candy. Her numb fingers became paper cones for electric blue curls...-from "The Stormfire Girl