All the Morbid to Date


Why (And How) Writers Write:
A panel starring Dana Fredsti, Loren Rhoads, and S.G. Browne
Where: Borderlands Books
When: Sunday, September 11 at Noon

Punch and pie. (Not really, but you can buy coffee and pastries in the cafe.)

Coming soon:

flight-coverI have a very short piece about Ariel and Raena (from The Dangerous Type) in the Flight anthology, which is a fundraiser for  You can pre-order it for your kindle here:

I think there will be a paperback edition, too.

Coming next month:

I will start a new monthly cemetery column at I’m not sure when exactly it will go up, but I’m really excited about it.

Coming next year:

Stephen Jones bought my story “The Drowning City” for Best New Horror #27, which should be out in February 2017.  The story was originally published in Nancy Kilpatrick and Caro Soles’s nEvermore!: Tales of Murder, Mystery, and the Macabre.

Recap for the last month:

I have a story about the San Francisco Columbarium and the Chapel of the Chimes in this issue of Search Magazine — and you can read it for free:…/search-magazine-6…

I’m really proud of my essay/booklist that appeared on 5 Science Fiction Novels that Center on Bisexuality:

I read the beginning of Lost Angels on Other Worlds of Romance and we talked about sex and graveyards:

Speaking of succubi, “The Angel’s Lair” is up to read for free at Wattpad:

And finally the Death’s Garden essays continue on Cemetery Travel. Here’s the most recent one of mine:

About Loren Rhoads

I'm the author of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die and Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel, as well as a space opera trilogy. In addition to blogging at, I blog about my morbid life at
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