The Horror Writers Association is celebrating Women in Horror Month, and I'm honored to be interviewed this year.
Horror Fiction and Poetry 2022 – Spec Fic Awards Deadlines
My neighborhood crows have been croaking about approaching storms and deadlines for speculative fiction and poetry awards. I've soothed their storm worries with some peanuts, and I listed links below for anyone nominating and voting.
Awards Eligibility 2022
It has been a fabulous year of writing. Below is a list of awards that are currently or about to open for recommendations and my eligible work. I would be honored if you considered my work.
A CIRCUS for Halloween
There's a Hallowen circus in town. Behind the Gothic gates are wonders, and monsters, beyond comprehension. My poem, "An Empty Seat," is about a clown riding one of the rides, something you don't usually see.
Horror Poetry for the weekend before Halloween
It rainy and cool in Florida, this weekend before Halloween. The cypress needles are turning a rusty brown. Strange birds are calling in the swamp, traveling south away from places where Autumn is stripping the trees. It's the perfect time to read poetry that chills the blood and breaks your heart.
Falling Leaves and Fallen Stars
I'm delighted to share that my poem, "Bury Me Under Fallen Stars," will appear in the Autumnal Equinox issue of the literary magazine Magpie Messenger. The Magpie Messenger is published by Curious Corvid Publishing, a publisher specializing in Gothic works and dark poetry.
A Dream Acceptance: HWA Poetry Showcase
I'm honored my poem, "Reasons Why You Can't Go Out To Play Alone," will be part of the HWA Poetry Showcase, Volume IX alongside poets I've admired for years.
MOTHER: TALES OF LOVE AND TERROR
I'm thrilled to announce my poem, “Cleaning Out Her House, As If She’ll Ever Be Gone,” will be in the upcoming MOTHER: TALES OF LOVE AND TERROR from Weird Little Worlds.
Beware! Dark Seas Ahead
My poem, Kraken, is featured this month in the Beware! Dark Seas Author & Artist Showcase. Each year, Jolene Haley features dark stories and creations for the month of October. Come walk along the dark shore and meet the watery denizens that lurk there.
Red Bellied – A Haiku
Red Bellied by Victoria Nations Red hair spilling down, nearly as bright as the red staining her belly