“Under the Kudzu” now available in BEHIND LOCKED DOORS
If you’re a fan of Day of the Triffids, you might like “Under the Kudzu,” a short story of mine that’s available in the anthology Behind Locked Doors from Wicked East Press. The anthology was published back in March, but because of all the running around (particularly during that month) with the wedding, I somehow missed the announcement.
Just like every writer, there are some stories that hold more personal meaning than others. “Under the Kudzu” is a piece very close to my heart because it was inspired by my late friend and writing peer Cynthia Wilson. You can read more about that here.
You can pick up a copy of Behind Locked Doors here: http://amzn.com/1617061891
Posted on December 18, 2012, in Short Stories and tagged Behind Locked Doors, Day of the Triffids, Horror Stories, kudzu in the south, kudzu invasive plants, scary stories with plants, Wicked East Press. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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