“Nothing to See Here” to appear in GENX-ED: The authentic antho of Gen-X terrors!
I’m beyond ecstatic to announce that my short story, “Nothing to See Here,” will appear in Dark Ink Books’ anthology GenX-ed … the original horror fiction anthology completely by Gen-Xers—and what we brought home when the streetlights came on will terrify you. If you did things like eat powdered Tang and cookies for dinner, spent hours playing Atari, were awed by a 13-inch TV and/or did dangerous tricks on bicycles without a helmet? Or if you’re not a Gen-Xer and want to see what you missed? You need this book!
In “Nothing to See Here”: On the heels of the Challenger disaster, Doreen’s dying mother warns her of the approach of a deadly cloud—but the real danger lurks in a place she doesn’t expect.
That’s not the only trip down a dangerous memory lane. Edited by Rebecca Rowland, these twenty-two tales by latchkey kids push the boundaries on everything from VHS tapes and microwaves to subdivisions, banned movies, malls, Polaroids, Chernobyl and fold-out maps. Features stories by:
Kevin David Anderson
Glynn Owen Barrass
Holly Rae Garcia
Dale W. Glaser
Derek Austin Johnson
Kristi Petersen Schoonover
Thomas K.S. Wake
If you’re on my mailing list, look for a special preview in your postal mail coming at the end of December…and then get ready to grab your copy on January 26, 2022!
Posted on October 4, 2021, in horror short stories, Horror Stories, News and tagged Adrian Ludens, C.D. Brown, C.O. Davidson, Challenger, Chernobyl, Dale W. Glaser, Derek Austin Johnson, Douglas Ford, Elaine Pascale, Eldon Litchfield, Erica Ruppert, Generation X, Glynn Owen Barrass, Holly Rae Garcia, horror stories set in the 1970s, horror stories set in the 1980s, horror stories set in the early 1990s, Kevin David Anderson, L.E. Daniels, latchkey generation, Mark Towse, Matthew Barron, Matthew Chabin, Phil Ford, Rebecca Rowland Editor, Rob Smales, Stories by Gen-Xers, Thomas K.S. Wake, Thomas Vaughn, Tim Jeffreys. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.