Check out the preliminary cover for the Gothic Blue Book, just a few more tweaks and it will be ready for the October 28, 2011 release. The Gothic Blue Book will be available on Amazon’s Kindle and hard cover. More details soon.
Hey Everyone! Halloween is just around the corner now and we want you to share your spooky real life ghost story with us! Just post your real life haunted tale in the comments area below and the scariest story picked by the Gravedigger will get a free copy of our Gothic Blue Book due to…
By: Milan Smith
Death Muses on His Joys, is a monologue by Mr. Death himself. While the second poem, Beasts, is a tongue-in-cheek piece. Do read and enjoy.
By: Greg Mollin
We all have our obligations in life. Sometimes our obligations can lead to distractions and sometimes these distractions can be tragic. In Greg Mollin’s haunting short story “Where the fault lies,” he takes us through the mind and panicked state of a moment gone terribly wrong.
By: David Massengill
Many of us have experienced quirky day’s at work where everything just seems to go wrong. Yet, in David Massengill’s The Chocolate Shop a normal day at work becomes disturbingly tragic due to a disgruntled guest.
By: Deborah Reed
We all run into people each day. Their faces remain with us sometimes for a few seconds, and sometimes longer. Yet, sometimes these run ins with strangers mean something more.
Anndell Quintero was born in Panama City, Panama and grew up in Miami, Florida and later moved to Chicago. Each of these cities serves as the vibrant, pulsing, backdrop of her work which is the product of a leap into an alternative space.
Heather McShane recently finished writing a mixed-genre book called Pretend Wishes. She earned an MFA in Writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she taught creative writing in their Early College Program.
Robert E. Petras’s poetry and short fictions have appeared in over 60 magazines. Most recently he has been published in Tales of Blood and Rose, Yesteryear Fiction, Death Head Grin and Open Magazine.
Ron Koppelberger has published hundreds of poems and short stories. His work has appeared in The Storyteller, Ceremony, Write On!!! (Poetry Magazette), Writing Raw and Necrology Shorts, and many more.
Veronique Medrano was recently published in With Painted Words. Besides being a writer of dark, lovely poetry she is also a singer, and is completing her studies in English.