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 Archives - 2012

What’s New -  May 2012


My short story Witiko, a period piece pitting 19th century British soldiers against a tribe of angry Sasquatch, will appear soon in Coscom Entertainment’s anthology Bigfoot Terror Tales Vol. 1.



What’s New -  April 2012


I sold a story to the Lovecraft eZine, titled The Pariah, for an upcoming edition.


Michael D. Griffiths of posted a review of Sha’Daa: Last Call on that site. Of my story Deathstalk, he said: “This one is pure adventure, the character development is good, and the monsters are pretty darn scary. At the risk of sounding repetitive, I have to say this story really delivers.” The entire review can be read here.



What’s New - March 2012


A retrospective on the history and evolution of the Sword & Sorcery genre, titled The Big Barbarian Theory, appeared in Black Gate Magazine. I was especially privileged to see my name mentioned among many other fine S&S authors.


My historical short story Anezka, about the last days of Hannibal Barca, is now free to read at Comets and Criminals.



What’s New - February 2012


The Crane Horror placed first in the Preditors and Editors Poll for Best Short Horror Story. The Lovecraft eZine placed first for Best eZine while Lawyers in Hell placed 2nd for Best Anthology. Thanks to everyone who voted.


Adventurers in Hell has been renamed Rogues in Hell, and will be published late Spring or early Summer. Go here for a peek at the new cover.



What’s New - January 2012


The Crane Horror, from the first issue of the Lovecraft eZine, has been nominated for Best Short Horror Story in the annual Preditors and Editors Poll. If you enjoyed my tale of Historical Lovecraftian horror please drop by and give it a vote. Voting closes January 10. If you have yet to read it, you can find it here. And while you’re at it, vote for Lovecraft eZine in the Best eZine category and Lawyers in Hell in the Best Anthology category. They certainly deserve your support.

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