Last night, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Bram Stoker Award nominated author Angela Yuriko Smith. We talked about the origins with the Cyber Gods and my connections to them, and I also read several poems from my collection Oblivionin Flux: A Collection of Cyber Prose from Crystal Lake Publishing.
You can watch the full interview and poetry readings below:
I’m very grateful for all the love and support I’ve been getting for this book and hope everyone continues to enjoy it. The book is currently available in both print and ebook formats on Amazon and Barnes and Noble and for those who are local to Columbus – you can purchase it online at Prologue Books located in the Short North Arts District..
It’s been a minute since I’ve made a post, but I’m very excited for this announcement. The table of contents for the Horror Writer’s Association anthology Other Terrors: An Inclusive Anthology is here! The anthology will be published by Mariner Books an imprint of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and will be edited by Bram Stoker winners Rena Mason and Vince Liaguno.
You can find the official announcement from the publisher and preorder information for the book here.
The table of contents includes a stunning lineup of authors:
• Holly Walrath with “The Asylum” • Denise Dumars with “Scrape” • Annie Neugebauer with “Churn the Unturning Tide” • Nathan Carson with “Help, I’m a Cop” • M.E. Bronstein with “The Voice of Nightingales” • Shanna Heath with “Miss Infection USA” • Michael H. Hanson with “Night Shopper” • Jonathan Lees with “It Comes in Waves” • Maxwell Ian Gold with “Black Screams, Yellow Stars” and • Hailey Piper with “The Turning”
These exceptional stories from our HWA members will join previously announced esteemed contributors:
• Tananarive Due with “Incident at Bear Creek Lodge” • Shawn A. Cosby with “What Blood Hath Wrought” • Alma Katsu with “Waste Not” • Stephen Graham Jones with “Tiddlywinks” • Jennifer McMahon with “Idiot Girls” • Michael Thomas Ford with “Where the Lovelight Gleams” and • Ann Dávila Cardinal with “Invasive Species”
Rounding out this outstanding TOC, the following talented authors will also be joining the OTHER TERRORS lineup:
• Usman Mlk with “Mud Flappers” • Gabino Iglesias with “There’s Always Something in the Woods” • Eugen Bacon with “The Devil Don’t Come with Horns” • Larissa Glasser with “Kalkriese” • Tracy A Cross with “All Not Ready” • Linda D Addison with her poem “Illusions of the De-Evolved” and • Christina Sng with her poem “Other Fears”