I was lucky enough recently to interview one of my favorite authors, M. Rickert, for the Lovecraft eZine Podcast! You can watch it here:
My poem, Consumption, has been reprinted in this season’s issue of Northern Frights. You can grab it here and read more work by some great Maine writers!
Today is the day! BLOOD FOREST is unleashed (get it?) on the world. Visit Langeley, Maine, where Frank and Eva discover that the creatures in the woods are not the only monsters they have to worry about.
Available to listen for FREE. New episodes every week (Blood Forest stands alone so you don’t have to watch the first season of Undertow—although you totally should)
So I’ve had to be pretty quiet about what I have been working on recently. I can finally announce that I was part of the writing team, along with Fred Greenhalgh, Marco Palmieri, Morgan Sylvia, Shawn French and Bob LeBlanc behind Blood Forest, a new horror podcast series coming to Realm. Here is the trailer. The first episode drops TOMORROW on most places where you find podcasts—just search for Undertow: Blood Forest.
Maine’s just lousy with werewolves, turns out.
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!