I have a new release, which I haven’t even had a chance to tell everyone about yet. Behold LOST VOICES published by The Writing Collective!

Three of my new stories are featured in the this eclectic, creepy horror anthology along with three other exceptional authors that undoubtedly will be well-known names in weird —Joseph Sale, Ross Jeffery, and Emily Harrison.

Lost Voices is a horror collection of tales left by the wayside: stories recorded on abandoned VHS tapes, horrors found in lifeless towns, voices silenced by the encroaching darkness.
Born from a conversation about screwed up stories that’d been rejected from various anthologies, magazines, and callouts for being too weird, freaky, and dark, Lost Voices dredges these lost tales from a past better forgotten. 
Featuring twelve dark tales by Joseph Sale, Emily Harrison, Christa Wojciechowski and Ross Jeffery, Lost Voices promises to push the boundaries of what horror can be and do. Foreword by Steve Stred.

My contributions:


There are theater people, and then there are the rest of us. When Debbie’s best friend drags her to a performance art event created by eerily magnetic tenor, Lorne Camp, audience participation goes too far.


Everyone has their celebrity crushes, but how far are you willing to go to be united with your obsession? Inspired by the death of Rudolph Valentino and the women who attempted suicide at the news of his untimely death.


Countless writers toil in obscurity without ever getting the recognition and acknowledgement they deserve. Leonard Frank has received one rejection letter too many and asks his assistant to help him with the ultimate publicity stunt.

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