Monthly Archives: March 2011

Boycott Dorchester

For years, Dorchester Publishing and their Leisure Books line felt like the Holy Grail to up and coming horror authors.  Their open door submissions policy almost made up for the fact that their covers looked like warmed-over ass. Then they … Continue reading

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Coming in April: SCAVENGERS

  Millwood was a good place to be when the dead rose. It was small, isolated, and easy to defend. The survivors there forged a community, weathered what came, and began to prosper. But then they ran out of food. … Continue reading

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The Secret Life of Laird Barron

Today we’re celebrating The Secret Life of Laird Barron.  All across the internet, folks will be checking in with their tales of Laird’s exploits.  You can find a central hub of sorts at John Langan’s Livejournal.   Chapter Six: Modern … Continue reading

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Best Horror of the Year

Ellen Datlow just posted her honorable mentions for the third volume of Best Horror of the Year.  I was both shocked and thrilled to see my short story “Going Home, Ugly Stick in Hand” made the list.  This is two … Continue reading

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In the Middle of Poplar Street

For curious HWA members and loyal readers, I’ve added a pdf of my Stoker nominated short story, “In the Middle of Poplar Street.”  Enjoy.

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