It’s that time of year, when publishers unveil their spooky collections. I’m in two this year:
Welcome to Shallow Waters: Horror Flash Fiction Anthology (A Series of Supernatural Stories), a mesmerizing horror anthology that plunges you deep into the chilling and murky depths of the human psyche. Within these pages, each flash fiction horror tale is a haunting revelation, a glimpse into the shadows that dance at the periphery of our consciousness.
I have a short Alondra story in this new Crystal Lake anthology! While her guardian is dying in London, Alondra wanders a cemetery in Prague, accompanied by her grief.
The book also includes stories by William Meikle, Richard Thomas, Armand Rosamilia, Red Lagoe, Kevin Lucia, Naching T. Kassa, Kenneth W. Cain, Tom Deady, Francesca Maria, Pedro Iniguez, and Derek Clendening, among many others.
The Deadlands: Year One collects short fiction, poetry, and nonfiction from the online magazine’s amazing first year of existence — almost 400 pages of death-focused writing.
My essay about my collection of hundreds of cemetery postcards appears in the anthology, which just came out from Psychopomp. I’m really thrilled to be a part of this project.
Contributors include Gemma Files, Alix E. Harrow, Vajra Chandrasekera, Arkady Martine, Fran Wilde, Isabel Cañas, Suzan Palumbo, Premee Mohamed, R.B. Lemberg, and many, many more.
The paperback is only available from the Psychopomp store.