Next up in our line up of author profiles from Dead of Winter is Erin J. Kahn, author of “Annabel Lee”, an expansion on the poem of the same name by Edgar Allen Poe. This story follows expertly in Poe’s footsteps, and really is a can’t-miss read.
Next up in our line up of author profiles from Dead of Winter is Meredith Schindehette, author of the supernatural thriller “The Killers”. Her story follows a woman who wakes to find she has no voice and no memory of how she got to “the garage”. It’s an excellent first person piece with twists and turns you won’t see coming.
Next up in our line up of author profiles from Dead of Winter is Robert Perret, author of the irreverent supernatural thriller “Coyoteman”. His story follows a serial killer who has the tables turned on him in the most fantastic way.
Next up in our line up of author profiles from the Dead of Winter anthology is David J. Gibbs, author of “Spotlight”. His tale revisits the origins of Thanksgiving and throws a twisted little spin on it.
Next up in our line up of author profiles from the Dead of Winter anthology is KT Wagner, who wrote the dystopian thriller “Slipped Stitch”. Her story is uncomfortable look at what the justice system could become and the struggle of an individual within the system to continue to accept things as they are.
Next up in our line up of author profiles from the Dead of Winter anthology is Kevin Holton, author of “These Claws Dig Shallow Graves”. This creepilicious tale takes us into the mind of a man haunted nightly by a demon who seems bent on punishing him for past crimes…or does she want something else from him?
Next up in our line up of author profiles from the Dead of Winter anthology is Zoey Xolton, author of “Only in Death”. This disturbing dark fantasy tells of a woman desperate to escape the cycle of abuse she’s been subjected to at the hands of a handsome but cruel lord of the Fae.
Next up in our line up of author profiles from the Dead of Winter anthology is Stuart Conover. We first got to know Stuart when we posted our open submissions call to his list on Horror Tree. (If you don’t already subscribe to his list, we recommend it!)
This week, we have Justin Chasteen, author of “The Huntress of Bur”. This story of a bandit raid gone terribly wrong has an awesome twist to it that we just loved. Be sure to read the excerpt we’ve included after the interview to get a feel for this gritty story.
First up is Pamela Jeffs. Her story about a time traveler desperate to correct the event that led to the end of the world leads off our anthology. Get to know Pamela a little better, see how the story came about, and get a snippet of her story at the end.