Quick review by Well Read Beard of my short story, Home, Safe and Sound from 13 Haunted Houses edited by Curtis M. Lawson from Weird House Press!
Dark Blood Comes from the Feet is two years old today! Time sure does fly when you’re in a never-ending pandemic. A huge thank you to everyone who has read and enjoyed it over the last two years. If you’d like to read a book that “harrowingly captures the erratic pulse of today’s strange world, a place in which the known and the unknown can’t seem to make peace” (Heller, NPR) then you can find it at all the usual places!
I just re-read the review from NPR, and I will never get over this happening: https://www.npr.org/2020/06/28/883957471/shirley-jackson-meets-johnny-rotten-in-dark-blood-comes-from-the-feet
For Women in Horror month, I have an interview on the Horror Writers Association page!
Under Her Skin, a huge horror poetry anthology from women and non-binary femmes, is out today! I have a poem in it. Available in most book-type places!
Look at this table of contents! Featuring:
Emma J. Gibbon
Patreon Podcast LIVE tonight (or watch later): https://www.patreon.com/posts/62386976
A conversation with Kathe Koja, Jon Padgett, Emma J. Gibbon, Max Stanton, Inna Effress, and Matt Cardin! Six fascinating writers chat about writing, reading, their journey, and more.
I didn’t see this when it first came out, but I’ve very honored to be on this list!
My poem, “Carrie”, is featured in the HWA Poetry Showcase Vol. VIII! It’s available here: