The Terror of Knowing
What This World Is About
Thanks to Nightworms for letting me say a few words about Let Me Out I’ve Had Enough, my first published collection of shorts. Most of these stories are published here for the first time. The few which have been published before have been given some nips and tucks and a bit more shine.
Inside you’ll find dark works with speculative elements. A couple of stories could be labeled sci-fi, most that would be labeled horror. Despite their differences,...
Music plays an integral role in my creative process, almost as integral as the role it plays in my memories. Set in an environment modeled partially after the suburbs of my own youth, my debut novel Shelter for the Damned echoes feelings from the bands and artists who carried me through periods of adolescent angst (Alice Cooper, Korn, Rob Zombie, David Bowie, and The Cure, among others).
I have curated two playlists that aim to capture the novel’s spirit, one with vocals and one without. The former playlist includes songs recorded...
A word from Andrew Fowlow @TheBookDad
"Mark Allen Gunnells has been one of my favorite people in the horror community to follow over the last year. He is a selfless advocate for women, BIPOC, and LGBTQ+ authors and works hard to amplify underrepresented voices in the genre. The horror community is a better place because of kind-hearted, twisted minds like him. He is the accomplished writer behind several shocking short stories that are available in an array of horror anthologies including the Halldark Holidays collection edited by
A Complex Accident of Life in La Belle Ajar: A Duo Interview featuring Jessica McHugh and Adrian Ernesto Cepeda
A Complex Accident of Life in La Belle Ajar
A Duo Interview featuring
Jessica McHugh and Adrian Ernesto Cepeda
When I first devoured Jessica McHugh’s A Complex Accident of Life, I immediately shared on social media how much I loved and adored this blackout poetry collection as I raved More than just a collection of verses, A Complex Accident of Life is living breathing poetic masterwork of art. I wanted to know the impetus and inspiration...
Guest Post: Prose Mechanics Evolution: How the Writing Process has Changed Over the Past 45 Years by Ronald Kelly
PROSE MECHANICS EVOLUTION!
How the Writing Process has Changed Over the Past 45 Years
By Ronald Kelly
A random comment or two on a Twitter post a few days ago led Sadie Hartmann (known by those of us who love and cherish her as Mother Horror) to ask me to elaborate on the way writers have performed the physical process of turning prose into the printed word over the years. In my case, it has been 45 years since the writing bug first bit me – rather hard – at the age...