D Alexander Ward was kind enough to interview me for a series he’s doing on Women in Horror Month. You can check it out on his blog site at:
D Alexander Ward – writer of the dark, strange and fantastic
My story “Solitary” was chosen as an Honorable Mention for Necon E-Books January 2014 Flash Fiction contest.
The final votes have been tallied, and results have been posted. WATERLESS wins for Horror Short Story – thank you so much to all who took the time to vote! The top 10 are as follows…
1. “Waterless” by Rose Blackthorn, appearing in BUZZY MAG (Buzzy Multimedia)
2. “Taut” by Shaun Meeks, appearing in ZIPPERED FLESH 2 (Smart Rhino Press)
3. “9 Vials of Blood” by John B. Rosenman (Chase Enterprises Publishing)
4. “Fish To Die For” by Keith Milstead (J. Ellington Ashton Press)
5. “Game of Straws Origins” by SB Knight (Knight Stalker Press)
6. “The Testament of Charlie Fairweather” by Stephen M. DeBock (Gypsy Shadow Publishing)
7. “What the Butler Didn’t See…” by Teel James Glenn, appearing in FICTION VORTEX (Fiction Vortex)
8. “Skin Deep” by Carson Buckingham, appearing in ZIPPERED FLESH 2, Smart Rhino Press
9. “Ophie and the Undertaker” by Shebat Legion, appearing in DREAMERS IN HELL (Perseid Press
10. “Loneliness Makes the Loudest Noise” by Monica J. O’Rourke, appearing in EULOGIES II: TALES FROM THE CELLAR (HW Press)
The Preditors & Editors™ Readers’ Poll has been annually honoring print & electronic publications since 1997.
Today is the last day to vote – Waterless has dropped to 2nd place again in the Best Horror Short Story category in the P&E Readers Poll. I’d love it if all my friends and followers could take a few minutes to vote for me. Please follow the link and be sure to follow the FULL voting instructions. Feel free to share this link with others.
Thanks so much to all those who have already voted!
A great review is now available at The Ginger Nuts of Horror website, edited by Christopher Jones, Nanci Kalanta and Tony Tremblay. Jim Mcleod has some nice things to say about this anthology, and mentions my story The Lilac Hedge in particular.