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My interview with Josh Schlossberg and a reading from The Jewish Book of Horror:
I am thrilled to announce that my short story, The Horse Leech Has Two Maws has found a home in the soon to be released Jewish Book of Horror! As you can see from the Publishers Weekly Review, the anthology is getting some good buzz! The Horse Leech... was challenging to write for a number of reasons, but I am very happy with the reviews that it has garnered. I am hoping that this anthology gets the recognition that it deserves!
Check out the trailer:
Last year, I was invited on to this fascinating writing project: FILL THE VOID — a collaboration of sixteen authors on a single storyline. Each author was randomly assigned a chapter to write in this novel. Undertaking this ambitious project was Dawn Shea, Editor and Owner of D&T Publishing. My chapter, "Chapter 2 — Lonnie," was written with some of my old high school classmates in mind. I have enjoyed working with this group of writers and reading the twists and turns that the story has taken over the last few months. AND my inclusion in this collaboration satisfies my 2021 goal to have a dozen pieces published independently (not counting Sisyphus Pubs or poetry publications). I encourage readers to pick it up (anticipated release date September, 2021)!
The end of times. Does it come as a whisper or a bang? Between these pages, sixteen authors put together a story of Armageddon. Each chapter written by a different author with varying views. Find out how the world ends for these authors…..or does it?
I am thrilled to announce that Corpse Honey received a First Place Award (Horror Category) and a Second Place Award (Technical Category for Cover Design) at the 27th Annual CIPA / EVVY Awards!
Corpse Honey has made the Finalist List for the 2021 CIPY EVVY Awards! And not just in the Horror Category, but also the Technical Category (for Cover Design) competing against 250+ titles from authors around the word!
I am absolutely thrilled!!!! Check it out.... HERE
I am happy to announce that I have joined the Horror Authors Guild! They featured Corpse Honey and Scenes... in their August Newsletter:
One of the great things about being a writer finding a notice like this in your In Box.
My flash fiction piece, "Agamogenesis" has been awarded FIRST PLACE in the Versification Contest, Shot In The Dark and will appear in their June 2021 Anniversary issue.
The contest was judged by Rebecca Rowland, a very talented writer and editor.
I am proud to announce that I am now a member of the Colorado Independent Publishers Association!
The Colorado Independent Publishers Association ("CIPA" for short), is a nonprofit statewide cooperative of authors, independent book publishers and publishing professionals. CIPA was founded in 1992 as a lunch group by a small group of independent publishers.
CIPA’s Mission is to encourage cooperative efforts and the free exchange of information, experience and expertise to help our members achieve and prosper while also assisting the writing and marketing of their books through cooperative ventures, education and networking.