Another month, another Black Hare Press anthology. This one is based around the paranormal, ghosts and the afterlife. I managed to crank out five micro fiction stories for this one, even included a small riff on Ghost busters, so be sure to check those out. The list of all those stories will be at the bottom … Continue reading Book Release: Beyond
The latest in Kevin J. Kennedy's drabble series of horror, Part 3 does not disappoint with bringing another group of horror writers together in one volume! A little different from previous anthologies, Kennedy states in his opening words that he opened this volume to the public and received a massive response. Of course this means … Continue reading Review: 100 Words of Horror Pt. 3
Today is release day for the anthology which I am in! It has been a long time, since I have been in an anthology and I'm thrilled that I was accepted into it. So, if you noticed my updated "Publications page" you'll find this anthology listed there, since I have a handful of micro fiction … Continue reading Book release: WORLDS
The blurb compares this to Blackmirror but I'll be honest, I think anthology wins at being more bleak, more strange, and more relevant. Edited by C. M. Muller, SYNTH: An Anthology of Dark Science Fiction is exactly that and does it ever deliver on that promise. All of these stories circle existential issues, while also … Continue reading SYNTH #1: An Anthology of Dark SF
I wanted to change it up slightly with this post and have something fun/themed for St. Patrick's day! But I can't go any further without saying...what a thrilling romp through pubs, mythology, and alleyways. NEON DRUID is such a fun, pulpy anthology of stories that embody Celtic fantasy and myth. Each story presents a strong … Continue reading Review: Neon Druid
If you couldn't tell already, but I've been on a bit of an anthology kick this year and there was no way I was going to miss out on N.K. Jemisin's new collection of short fiction. There are some stories I have read or heard of before and there are even some stories in here … Continue reading Review: How Long ‘Til Black Future Month?
All and all these stories were both strange and wonderful. Being that I'm an American, who while I didn't support the Iraq war, I still feel a strong burden of regret and sorrow to have invaded and virtually destroyed a nation that has such a rich culture. I feel that I know Iraq a little … Continue reading Reveiw: Iraq+100