Coming Soon: 99 Tiny Terrors

c82e34b4467199d54ffb80976d9679bb_originalThe Kickstarter for 99 Tiny Terrors is live! This anthology includes so many authors I love *and* one of my stories, “Shhhh. Shhhh. Shhhh.” Huge thanks to editor Jennifer Brozek and Pulse Publishing!

Fun fact: My tiny terror was inspired by—and written during—my National Park Service residency at Fire Island National Seashore, so a big thank you to everyone there too!

From the Kickstarter page:

99 Tiny Terrors is an original horror anthology you can dip into for a deliciously dangerous story in just a few minutes, or spend an afternoon scaring yourself with terrifying tales from all over the world, including Canada, England, Germany, Greece, Ireland, India, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, the United States, and Wales.

Just like the title says, 99 Tiny Terrors contains 99 short, shocking horror stories, each one under 1,000 words. Featuring both new and established writers, every story is guaranteed to pack maximum terror in a minimum amount of words.

The volume features original stories from the devious minds of Seanan McGuire, Ruthanna Emrys, Meg Elison, Wendy N. Wagner, Scott Edelman, Cat Rambo, Tim Waggoner, and many, many (92, to be precise) more authors.


[Image description: A book cover with a black chalkboard-like background, on which numerous chalk-drawn spooky line images (like ghosts, a bloody axe, etc.) appear. The title, 99 Tiny Terrors, is written in red foil, beneath this in white, “A Horror Anthology Edited by Jennifer Brozek.]

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