Monthly Archives: September 2013

“To Chance Tomorrow” appearing in Wicked Seasons

Wicked Seasons Front Cover

Front cover art by Mikio Murakami

One of my newest short stories, “To Chance Tomorrow,” will be appearing in Wicked Seasons—the second New England Horror Writers anthology—this fall. Edited by Stacey Longo, the collection will feature an introduction by Read the rest of this entry

SKELETONS Meets Captain Hook!

…and today life is awesome! A Dark Discussions Podcast listener got his copy of Skeletons in the Swimmin’ Hole: Tales from Haunted Disney World today and look Read the rest of this entry

“Jarring Lucas” to appear in Canopic Jars: Tales of Mummies and Mummification

Canopic Jar from Tomb of Imhotep

Canopic jars were used in ancient Egypt’s mummification process. They held the internal organs of the deceased. This one, from the tomb of Imhotep, is held in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, but currently it is not for public viewing. To see more examples of canopic jars, start at the MMA’s website here: http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/555729?rpp=20&pg=2&ft=canopic+jars&pos=37

My newest short story, “Jarring Lucas,” will be appearing in Great Old One Publishing’s upcoming anthology Canopic Jars: Tales of Mummies and Mummification. The final Table of Contents hasn’t been set yet, but I’m thrilled to share one with such writers as Read the rest of this entry

Have you always dreamed of doing this? Spelunking at Howe!

When I was between the ages of 9 and 11, I was fascinated by all things rocks, caves, and fossils. I had always wanted to explore caves, but the only things closest to anything resembling a cave were animal dens in the woods (A, not much to see; B, not a wise idea).

Howe Caverns’ Adventure Tour is a two-to-three hour excursion below ground, with guests suiting up in full gear and exploring parts of the cave that hadn’t been seen in Read the rest of this entry

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