I guess the dark half of the year must be approaching because I have a couple of new flash horrors ready to crawl out into the world this month.
On Friday 3 September, Dread Stone Press will publish The Pumpkin Agent, an urban legend-style story where the antagonist doesn’t take kindly to families who fail to decorate their homes for Halloween. And on Friday 17 September, The Arcanist will publish Ezekiel Hill, a tale of visions, behaviour modification, and, er…lemurs. These are the first stories I’ve published this year, and I can’t wait to share them.
Dread Stone Press (Michigan) is a relatively new independent publisher, publishing twice-monthly tales of dread on the website. Definitely one to check out.
The Arcanist (Pittsburgh) will be well-known to my readers. In 2019, they were kind enough to publish my debut collection, The Lamppost Huggers and Other Wretched Tales. They also publish speculative flash fiction once a fortnight on their website, and have featured some of my favourite flash-horror writers.