In a sense, aren’t all authors members of the society of misfit stories, a scrappy but determined group of outsiders laboring away to tell the stories they feel compelled to pass along, never quite fitting in with the greater community? Maybe, but now it’s official for me, thanks to my latest publication in the February 2021 issue of the Society of Misfit Stories, from Bards and Sages Quarterly – The Last Journey of the Potbellied Puma.
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I’ve always had a soft spot for pulp and penny dreadfuls and other disreputable forms of literature, so I’m delighted to have my story Fistful of Fire published in Crimson Streets, a big ol’ pulpy magazine (I mean, it’s online, so it is not literal in its pulp feel, but you know what they mean). And of course, it is awesome to have a story of mine actually illustrated, which is why the illustration in question is so big, up there.
I’ve got a story in the latest issue of Grimdark magazine, and as you can see from the image over there, I’ve maintained my streak of only being published in magazines with unsettling cover art (seriously, check out the ol’ publication page for a gallery). This one isn’t as lighthearted as There Are Rules, which was also under a spooky-pants cover, but it isn’t exactly scary either. Just a bit dark and grim (oh, hey, I just got that).
Anyway, I encourage ya’ll to pick up a copy, in whatever digital format you prefer.
Here, some links to make it even easier for you:
The final Redneck Eldritch sneak peek is It Came From the Woods, by Jason Anderson, which certainly sounds foreboding.
We now return to me complaining about mis-use of cliches.
Today’s Redneck Eldritch sneak peek is a special one, from the very editor of the volume: Ostler Wallow, by Nathan Shumante.
So since it is Tuesday (wink wink), today’s Redneck Eldritch teaser is Highways of Madness, by David West. With a classic eldritch title like that, it must be good!
Today’s Redneck Eldritch Teaser is Blood, by Steve Diamond. It starts off even more horrifyingly than most, so enjoy!
Today’s Redneck Eldritch teaser is for the funny one, Jaleta Clegg’s A Brown and Dismal Horror. Enjoy!
Another Tuesday passed, a while back, which means it is (was) time for another Redneck Eldritch sneak peek: Taxed, by Scott William Taylor.
Not only is this the Tuesday you get to see the sneak peak of my story (The Gears Turn Below), but it’s also the Tuesday where the anthology we’re talking about goes on sale!