My next poetry book Möbius Lyrics, written in collaboration with Bram Stoker award winner Angela Yuriko Smith is almost here! Until then, I can share with you this spectacular cover!
We’re both thrilled to finally bring this book to life and share it with the world. I can’t stress enough, how much of a joy it was to write these poems with Angela. Möbius is a collection of call and response poetry and will be released by award winning small press Independent Legions.
It’s Halloween Time and there’s always something to do! The spooky season is upon us, the work is piling up (happily) and I’m eager to announce a few more projects that will come to print soon.
I will have a sonnet titled I Demand the City of Flesh which will appear in the highly anticipated anthology Shakespeare Unleashed from Monstorus Books, edited by James Aquilone! Not only that, but I had the distinct pleasure of writing this sonnet as an accompanying piece to John Palisano’s Merchant of Venice-impaired short story A Pound of Flesh.
Pre-orders are available now for Shakespeare Unleashed and you can check out the link here
Additionally, preorders for Weird Tales no. 366 the sword and sorcery issue are also available now! I’m seriously still over the moon to have a poem in Weird Tales, let alone this issue. My poem is titled “The Gates of Katharion.”
Check out the full ToC here:
Kevin J. Anderson
Dana Fredsti & David Fitzgerald
Teel James Glenn
Maxwell I. Gold
Howard Andrew Jones
Brian W. Matthews
James A. Moore
Charles R. Rutledge
There’s more brewing the background that I cannot announce yet, but I plan to make some announcements about my forthcoming poetry collections Möbius Lyrics from Independent Legions with Angela Yuriko Smith and Bleeding Rainbows from Hex Publishers, soon.
More poetry to come! Stay weird and keep on writing!
The cover for the next issue of the legendary Weird Tales Magazine is here, and what a cover it is! The beautiful design from artist Bob Eggleton has captured the darkness and fantasy of the sword and sorcery genre.
My prose poem “The Gates of Katharion” will appear in this issue alongside some of the finest names in horror today.
More to come on the release date but check back here and on the Weird Tales site for more information.