It is that time of the year again and I have to say I am proud of many things. Some of them are my own accomplishments and some are friends’ successes (i.e. Natalia Theodoridou winning the World Fantasy Award in the short story category.) Here are the two stories I published this year. Both of them fall under the Short Fiction category and I would be extremely happy if you considered either of them.
If you were to read just one I would recommend my short story “Cherry Wood Coffin” in Apex Magazine. This particular story is both in the Nebula Reading List and in the Bram Stoker Award Reading List. So if any of you is reading for the Bram Stoker Award as well, I would be honored if you kept my story in mind.
This is my second year of eligibility for the Campbell Award for New Writers.
It’s a Gothic horror piece about one day in the life of an unusual coffin maker and the decisions that haunt him.
Ghost Mapping – Lost Films, August 2018
This is a weird story about a couple’s love, death and the icy ghosts of antarctic explorers from another dimension.