Tag: Horror

Never Bet the Devil: An Interview with Orrin Grey

Orrin Grey is one hell of a horror writer, and I’ve had the extreme pleasure of working with him a number of times in my previous role as managing editor for Skull Island eXpeditions. He just gets horror, and creepy, disturbing things fall out of his head and on… Continue Reading “Never Bet the Devil: An Interview with Orrin Grey”

My Latest Publication: “The Father of Terror.”

My story “The Father of Terror” took second place in the The Molotov Cocktail’s Flash Icon contest. You can read it (for free) right now and all the other excellent stories by the top ten finalists in the Flash Icon mega-issue. And, if you’re of the… Continue Reading “My Latest Publication: “The Father of Terror.””

July 2016 Submission Statement

This submission statement is going to be short and sweet. Yep, no rejections, no acceptances, and only two measly submissions. Sad, I know. I do have an excuse, though; my first novel, Flashpoint, was released last month, and a lot of my writerly efforts went in… Continue Reading “July 2016 Submission Statement”

Red Sun Magazine #1 Now Available

The first issue of Red Sun Magazine is now available. My story “Paper Cut” is the feature story, as well as the inspiration for the cover art. There’s also a lengthy interview with yours truly in the magazine where I ramble on about writerly things. But, hey, it’s… Continue Reading “Red Sun Magazine #1 Now Available”

Read My Stuff: The Molotov Cocktail Flash Felon Results

Hey, look, it’s another of those self-aggrandizing posts where I urge you to go and read something I wrote. This time, it’s a story I placed with The Molotov Cocktail in their Flash Felon contest. I landed an honorable mention and a sixth-place finish… Continue Reading “Read My Stuff: The Molotov Cocktail Flash Felon Results”

Rejection Letter Rundown: The Referral Rejection

In the hierarchy of “good” rejections, the referral rejection has got to be near the top. What is it? It’s a personal note from an editor often telling you why they didn’t accept your story and then referring you to another market that might.… Continue Reading “Rejection Letter Rundown: The Referral Rejection”

March 2016 Submission Statement

I was unable to follow up on February’s success in March, and all my stats are down. That said, my flagging production was for a good cause. I spent most of March finishing and revising my first novel for Privateer Press, due out this… Continue Reading “March 2016 Submission Statement”

Ghost Story Apocalypse: My Latest Publication

Hey, all, you can read my flash fiction story “Night Walk” over at Digital Fiction Pub. This one is a reprint, and its first appearance was in the Molotov Cocktail’s Flash Future contest, where it took second place. Some of you have already read it,… Continue Reading “Ghost Story Apocalypse: My Latest Publication”

Writers, Be Heard: Speculative Audio Markets

If you’re like me—and I assume you are since you read my blog—then you probably spend a lot of time submitting fiction to the multidinous array of print and digital publishers out there. But there may be a type of market of which you’re unaware,… Continue Reading “Writers, Be Heard: Speculative Audio Markets”

My Latest Publication – “Scare Tactics”

Hey, folks, The Devilfish Review has just published my short story “Scare Tactics.” It’s a quaint little story about a girl, her pet demon, and a budding parapsychology career. I had a lot of fun writing this one, and I hope you have as much fun… Continue Reading “My Latest Publication – “Scare Tactics””

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