“To Chance Tomorrow” now in WICKED SEASONS
My new story “To Chance Tomorrow” is now available in the New England Horror Writers’ anthology WICKED SEASONS.
In a future where life is eternal, teen-aged Mich struggles to accept her father’s abandonment. Her much-older boyfriend’s unorthodox birthday gift seems to provide some comfort—until his jilted admirer shows up. In the tradition of “The Light of Other Days” and “Obstinate Uncle Otis” comes a tale of grief…and what it truly means to be broken.
The tale is alongside many others, including from James A. Moore and Christopher Golden, but I can tell you Robert J. Duperre’s “The Basement Legs” and Addison Clift’s “Furious Demon” are must-reads. They’re both all kinds of creepy amazing.
Want to know more? Check out the trailer here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_f3XAtxhvp0. Want to purchase? Print http://amzn.com/0615918832 and Kindle http://amzn.com/B00GJVWOY4
Posted on January 23, 2014, in News, Short Stories and tagged Catherine Grant, Christopher golden, Errick Nunnally, Ghost Stories, Gregory Norris, horror collections, horror story collections, James A. Moore, Jeff Strand, Lucien Spelman, Michael Evans, Mikio Murakami, New England horror stories, New England Horror Writers, Paul McMahon, Robert Duperre, Robert Smales, Scott Goudsward, seasons in New England, Stacey Longo, stories like the one that has slow glass, Trisha Wooldridge, Wicked Seasons. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
I’ve attached the press release about my reading at Jamestown Arts Center next Thursday. If you could post the general info on my events and news pages that would be awesome!!!
Thank you so much!!! Love, me