My two most recent publications should be of interest to horror fans–and especially those fascinated by the many ways great authors have portrayed that durable class of monsters–the ZOMBIES! Many of you may know that for the past several months, I’ve been doing a whole series of book reviews on outstanding zombie novels for another […]Read more "The Last Two of My Great Zombie Novel Reviews Now Posted"
The Apocalypse Of Elena Mendoza by Shaun David Hutchinson (YA Fantasy Novel, 2018). Hutchinson has written anumber of well-received YA novels, as well as editing two anthologies in the genre. His latest portrays a modern-day Florida teen identified as the first person scientifically proved to have been born via parthenogenesis (hence, from a virgin mother). That has […]Read more "REVIEWED: The Apocalpse of Elena Mendoza"
Strange Weather by Joe Hill (Short Horror Novel Collection, 2017). As per the title, each of the four long stories/short novels here make reference, to one degree or another, to abberant weather conditions. All are, of course, horrific in nature and treatment. But there’s nothing repetitive about them. Each tale has a different setting, tone and […]Read more "REVIEWED: Strange Weather"
This post is all about my latest publishing efforts/news. This time out, there’s two book reviews and a short but emotional SF story to discuss. The image shows the front and back covers of the 3rd issue of Skelos, a print magazine of weird and dark fantasy literature. Its almost 200 perfect bound pages are chocked […]Read more "Assorted Writing/Publication News"
Gwendy’s Button Box by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar (Dark Fantasy Novella, 2017). Richard Chizmar, a multiple award-winning author (and editor and publisher) has teamed up with the incomparable Stephen King to produce one of the most evocative, insightful and powerfully humane short novels of dark fantasy/contemporary horror in recent memory. The book opens in the […]Read more "REVIEWED: Gwendy’s Button Box"
Here’s the front and back covers of issue #3 of Skelos, a print magazine of weird fiction and fantasy. I’m proud to say I have work here–though my contribution is a mere book review article. But this one is chocked full of a wide range of fiction, poetry and nonfiction from such respected and award winning […]Read more "Skelos 3: Now available from Amazon Books!"
I’m very happy to report that I’ve sold reprint rights to a short story and a poem to the supernatural horror magazine Bloodbond (Alban Lake Publishing) for their November 2017 issue. “Unnatural Balances,” a story involving flesh-eating ghouls ‘thinning the herd’ of over-populated vampires (who in turn are preying on regular mortals) puts a supernatural spin […]Read more "Story & Poem Accepted for Publication"