Preorders Available for Bloodless: An Anthology of Blood Free Horror by Sliced Up Press

I’m honored to have my conversion camp horror story “Camp Salvation: Khil or be Killed” in Bloodless, dropping October 28, 2022 from Sliced Up Press. Available to preorder now!

Direct at: https://ko-fi.com/sliceduppress/shop

Or, on Amazon at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B9LGDNFX

Digital versions and preorders of Dark Matter Magazine Issue 009 are available now!

I am so excited for this release. It includes my story, “The Ground Shook”. This is one of my favorites. Meera arrived on the page and insisted her story be written. She’s determined to bring back her daddy, no matter what it takes or what might be happening in the world around her. Meera’s story is a dark, creepy, and emotional one, but not without love and hope.

A sample of Issue 009 is available here: https://darkmattermagazine.com/issues/issue-009/

Honored to share a table of contents with these amazing writers, Noah Codega, Andrew Sullivan, R.L Meza, Monte Lin, Rich Larson, Ai Jiang, Mark Joslyn, Warren Benedetto, Alex Woodroe, and Christi Nogle. As well as, incredible artists Asher, The Art District’86 and cover artist artofolly. Art features and editorials by Rob Carroll are always fantastic. And, there’s an author interview with Anne Heltzel by Jena Brown and upcoming submission news by Anna Madden. Dark Matter Magazine is one of the best out there, and it’s exciting to watch the press grow.

You can order digital issues and preorder print issues here: https://darkmattermagazine.shop/collections/issue-009

Happy New Year 2020!

A quick post to lay out my goals for the coming year.

Biggest goal this year is writing my first novel with Storyville Studio’s Novel in a Year. It’s a supernatural horror coming-of-age story set in the 1980s. I’ll be digging deep for this one, and I expect it will be dark, tense, disturbing and leave you thinking about it for a good while. I’ll update with snippets and inspirations as the story evolves.

I also plan to revise, polish, and submit sixteen flash and short story pieces currently waiting to be finished.

Write six new stories for The Storied Imaginarium’s Intersections: Science Fiction, Fairy Tales and Myth

Write at least three new stories for The New York City Midnight Challenge depending on how many rounds I make it through.

Collect 100 rejections and a few acceptances for submitted work.

And, read fifty two books.

That’s it for now. Have a great year!