After checking in on the marketing and sales report, there’s been a modest purchase-bump for my freshman collection, Ghouljaw and Other Stories, released by Hippocampus Press in 2014, with a humbling Introduction from S.T. Joshi and cover art by Jared Boggess. (One sales site claims only five copies remaining in stock.)
And since it’s been nearly eight years since its publication, I’ll supply a memento from the gifted Ben H. Winters, Edgar-Award-Winning author of The Last Policeman: “These smart, unsettling stories give us, with vivid detail, both the squalidly ordinary and the terrifyingly extraordinary-and make clear how closely the two are linked.”
The forty-seventh installment of Supernatural Tales is now available, with my haunted roller-coaster story, “Pregnant Women and People with Heart Conditions,” contained therein.
From Supernatural Tales: “Issue 47 of Supernatural Tales is now available as a print-on-demand magazine or as an ezine – at very reasonable prices! Five new stories! Jane Jakeman ventures back in time to the good old days of the plague in England. Carole Tyrrell moves to the south coast to find a strange pre-war relic. Clint Smith takes us to a haunted amusement park. Mark Nicholls follows a trail of vengeance in 19th century America. And Elie Lichstein discovers something nasty in a New York bathtub.”