New Translation in Nightland Quarterly

This is a fun post for me, but probably not that useful for most of my readers.

My 2016 story The Howard Family Tradition has been translated in Japanese! You can find it in Night Land Quarterly vol. 23 (Kwaidan: Visions of the supernatural), just published in Japan by Atelier Third.

The Howard Family Tradition first appeared in Weirdbook #32 and was chosen as an honorable mention for Best Horror of the Year by Ellen Datlow.

This new edition was translated by Yasuko Kaji. So now you have two languages to choose from if you haven’t read it already!

Spooky Halloween Story Time

It’s Halloween! And you know what that means: time to tell some spooky stories to each other.

Horror holds a special place in my heart. Like a knife stabbed into just the right place. I’ve always enjoyed incorporated it into my writing in some way.

So if you are looking for something scary to read, I have several bloody chunks you might be interested in. Most of which can be read for free!

Dead Meat – Published by Tell-Tale Press. Horrible things happen to an old woman on a farm. That’s horror, right?

The Facts in the Case of Edgar Allan Poe – Published by Crimson Streets. What if one of Poe’s stories was based off of true events from his life?

Loose Teeth – Part of my old Free Fiction Friday series. Maybe there is such a thing as easy money…

The Howard Family Tradition – Published in Weirdbook, and an Honorable Mention for Best Horror of the Year! I’m hoping this will make you question your hotel choices going forward.

And, as always, check out my other writing here.

New Fiction in Crimson Streets: “The Facts in the Case of Edgar Allan Poe”

Check out Crimson Streets for a new story of mine called The Facts in the Case of Edgar Allan Poe.

What if there were some lost documents out there that pointed to the sinister way Edgar Allan Poe really died? I actually did some research for this story, and maybe I really found documents like that. Maybe this is my way of letting the world know the truth. Or maybe not.

This story is accompanied by some great art work from John Waltrip. Check out the gothic horror vibe! It fits the piece well.