I love change. When time is short I squander it well. The new blog format should be up and running in no time
Want to be an early reviewer for my new collection, Collision which will be releasing Feb 2019? The publisher, Meerkat Press, is giving away 100 digital copies over @LibraryThing ! Be sure to sign up by 9/24/18! http://ow.ly/Uxmu30lH6le
The walls are coming down: sign up here. Thanks to authors like George Saunders (weird ghosts), Jeff Ford (fantastical horror), Jeremy Robert Johnson (biznoirro), Angela Slatter (fairy tales with bite) and Kelly Link, whose stunning fantasy, “Stone Animals,” was included in Best American Short Stories, the lines dividing one set of genre conventions from another, …
Aletheia by J.S. Breukelaar is just edge-of-your-seat GRIPPING.
Horror makes us children again, in the best possible way.
This is the cover for the upcoming collection. I love it, and thanks in tonnage to the folks at Meerkat for a cover that reveals as much as it conceals. Read more about the collection here. A collection of six of J.S. Breukelaar’s darkest, finest stories plus six new works, including the uncanny new novella, …
Blog hideously behind. I’m on it.
The “Yes” just in my inbox yesterday – super super psyched to be picked up by this smart mag out of the UK, and for a story about snake beans! Thanks to Andy Cox from TTA Press for digging it, heaven-sent beta reader, Angela Slatter and the Thorbys crowd who workshopped this with me.
A nice mention from the new publisher in this interview, very excited to be a part of such positive energy and with such a cool lineup—Seb Doubinsky, Keith Rosson.
Just saw this – couldn’t be more honored to be on this list. Very cool. Thanks so much to Adrian Shotbolt for reading and for digging. The Grim reader reviewed Aletheia way back when – here’s the full review.