Bibliography


Masks - front coverBlood & Gingerbread

Masks
Edited by Dean M. Drinkel
Published September 23, 2015 | Black Shuck Books
Purchase via publisher’s site

Inspired by the great Shirley Jackson, “Blood & Gingerbread” is set in a secluded community where bizarre annual rituals keep death at bay. It explores the raw human need to control, holding domain over violence, nature, families, behavior, life, and death. What happens when that power is disrupted?

PR for People - The Connector - July 2015 - coverOn Beauty
The Connector
Published July 1, 2015
PR for People

Small contributor piece on beauty.

Read on page 11 of PR for People’s The Connector – July 2015 issue.

Gun artwork by Guinotte WiseThe Last Gun
Section 8 Magazine
Published June 17, 2015
Publisher’s site

A story of unrequited love and casual violence, “The Last Gun” tells of the Newsman, a self-appointed traveling storyteller, news carrier, and merchant. He pays a routine visit to one of his usual stops – a decrepit American city inhabited by a young population descended from the survivors of a catastrophic civil war. He brings with him news of other communities, old songs, and what is purported to be the last known gun.

Read the full story on section8magazine.com.


And Death Shall Have No Dominion - front
The Jasper Scarab
And Death Shall Have No Dominion: Tales of the Titanic
Edited by Dean M. Drinkel
June 26, 2015 | Lycopolis Press
Amazon US: Paperback
Amazon UK: Paperback

Inspired by mid-twentieth century noir, “The Jasper Scarab” tells the story of William Boyd, a lone childhood survivor of the Titanic disaster. An ancient Egyptian artifact appears to be the common thread in a series of tragic events involving loved ones, yet William cannot depart with the object despite his several attempts.

T is for Transformation: Cacophony in B Minor
Tres Librorum Prohibitorum Volume III
The Grimorium Verum
Edited by Dean M. Drinkel
February 13, 2015 | Western Legends Publishing
More info on publisher’s site
Amazon US: Paperback | Kindle
Amazon UK: Paperback | Kindle

“Cacophony in B Minor” tells the account of Duane, a talented musician and computer programmer, who is wrapped up in his self-loathing over a congenital disability. The combination of his mood, desire, and music open the gate to a supernatural intervention.


Phobophobias - front cover
U is for Ufophobia: Streaks of Green
Phobophobias
Edited by Dean M. Drinkel
October 27, 2014 | Western Legends Publishing
Publisher’s site.
Amazon US: Paperback | Kindle
Amazon UK: Paperback | Kindle
CreateSpace eStore: Paperback


Don't Look Back
The Elusive Pettibone 
Don’t Look Back: Thirteen Terrifying Tales of Urban Legends
Edited by David W. Lingbloom
October 2014 | Dark Moon Press
Dark Moon Press store: Paperback | eBook coming soon
Amazon US: Paperback | Kindle

I is for Imp: Ma’s Good Boys
Tres Librorum Prohibitorum Volume II
The Bestiarum Vocabulum
Edited by Dean M. Drinkel
December 2013 | Western Legends Publishing
More info on publisher’s site
Amazon US: Paperback | Kindle
Amazon UK: Paperback | Kindle

F is for Furcas: Lies Under Skin
Tres Librorum Prohibitorum Volume I
The Demonologia Biblica
Edited by Dean M. Drinkel
January 2013 | Western Legends Publishing
More info on publisher’s site
Amazon US: Paperback | Kindle
Amazon UK: Paperback | Kindle

Unnatural Tales of the Jackalope front coverJohnny Versus the Creatures
Unnatural Tales of the Jackalope
Edited by John Palisano
June 2012 | Western Legends Publishing
More info on publisher’s site
Amazon US: Paperback | Kindle
Amazon UK: Paperback | Kindle

In development… coming soon…

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Theatre of Horrors
Edited by Anthony Crowley
Pub date to be announced | Leathered Press
Publisher’s site

question mark coverMulligan Street
In Dog We Trust
Edited by Anthony Cowin
Pub date to be announced | KnightWatch Press
Publisher’s site

question mark coverThe Dystopian American
Created & Edited by D.T. Griffith
Pub date to be announced | Western Legends Publishing
Publisher’s site

More projects are always in progress.

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