Putrid Things, Letting Weirdness In, and StokerCon!

My debut collection, Every Crawling, Putrid Thing, has been out for a month now! Thanks so much to everyone who’s been buying it, reading it, talking about it, and helping me celebrate these past few weeks.

If you haven’t picked up your copy yet, consider grabbing one directly from JournalStone! If you have, please consider leaving a rating/review on your platform of choice. I’d really appreciate it!

And if Every Crawling, Putrid Thing leaves you craving more, then allow me to direct your attention to the latest release from Heads Dance Press:

Let the Weirdness In: A Tribute to Kate Bush, edited by Evan St. Jones, contains twenty-six weird stories inspired by the magic and music of Kate Bush, including my own latest, “I Keep the Lights On,” about a deeply concealed memory and a film production gone awry. I’m very proud of this one, and excited to read the work of my fellow contributors (fellow fans of small-press horror and fantasy should recognize names like Maria Abrams, Patrick Barb, Joe Koch, Sam Richard, Leo X. Robertson, Madeleine Swann, and Katie Young, just to mention a few).

Hammer Horror! Hammer Horror! Won’t leave it alone!

Finally, I just want to mention that I’ll be attending the virtual version of StokerCon this weekend, so if you’re also attending virtually, please feel free to say hi! I’ve never attended a virtual con before, but with COVID resurging again and again like the world’s most destructive slasher villain, nonessential cross-country travel struck me as too risky this time. I hope to stream some neat panels and chat with some even neater people.

There are more stories/announcements on the horizon. In the meantime, buy one or both of the books mentioned above and remember to support your favorite indie press/local bookstore!

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