Monthly Archives: October 2010

SKELETONS CHOSEN AS SCARY STORY OF THE WEEK BY PARANORMAL FB GROUP

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LISTEN TO “DOORS”—COMING SOON!

The little houses were full of something...

Nil Desperandum, a fiction audio podcast that has featured public domain works like Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Markheim,” and Ambrose Bierce’s “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” as well as new work by contemporary writers, will be producing my short story “Doors” as an audio podcast in the near future.

Stay tuned and I’ll let you know when you can give it a listen! In the meantime, you can head over there and enjoy some of their other terrific issues: http://ndstories.com/

GET CREEPY THINGS FOR HALLOWEEN!

My short story “Camouflage” was reprinted in the anthology Creepy Things—and it’s on sale for $14.99 from now through October 31st! The anthology is chock-full of stories about bugs, so you need a good freak-out and bugs are the things that do it for you, then don’t miss it!

Creepy Things can be purchased here at the sale price through the Static Movement affiliate store October 31st; it should be available through Amazon shortly:

http://www.pillhillpress.com/books.html

MAKE “A SAFE DEPOSIT” AT READ SHORT FICTION!

Mark Charney’s “A Safe Deposit” is now up on Read Short Fiction! Head on over and find out why some mail is better left unread: http://bit.ly/biQofA


“INCIDENT AT DARK ACRES” MEETS THE SMOKING POET

The Smoking Poet has accepted my short story “Incident at Dark Acres” for an upcoming issue.

“Incident” is set in a very unusual amusement park that has—well, a very unusual maintenance department.

I’ll let you know when it’s available!

“DENIGRATING DAVID” DESTINED FOR DISCIPLES OF POE

“Denigrating David”—my Poe-esque short story that takes place in an abandoned Row House in Baltimore—has just been accepted by Last Rites Publishing for its upcoming Disciples of Poe anthology.

Disciples of Poe has a tentative publication date of February, 2011.

If you write ghost or horror stories and have a love for Poe, their deadline isn’t for awhile yet, so you’ve got time. I encourage you to check out their submission guidelines here.

http://www.lastritespublishing.com/

Edgar Allan Poe's monument, Baltimore, Maryland.

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