Happy to say that my story “Jegudiel” is in the most recent issue of The Anti-Languorous Project number 4, “Succinct Speculations”.
In this story, a cult conducts a ritual to unveil the glory of god, but are they ready to see?
It is free to read online.
Voice artist Jeff Clement has performed readings of two works from the Hamthology, And both are available as free audio downloads from here! Jeff Clement can be found on Twitter @auralstimulate and his webpage http://auralstimulation.net/
The two selections are:
- “Wish Granted”, short fiction written by Gregg Chamberlain, performed by Jeff Clement. Gregg Chamberlain can be found on Twitter @greggchamberlain and his work can be found on his Amazon page.
- “Pig Collector”, poem written by Jim Lewis, performed by Jeff Clement. More of Jim’s poetry can be found on his FaceBook poetry page.
In True North, first published in the Aurora-nominated “49th Parallels anthology” (2017) by Bundoran Press, two rangers hunt down a damaged climate control drone through the frozen, post-apocalyptic tundra of Northern Canada
The eBook can be downloaded for free from tdotSpec (scroll to the bottom of page for download location).
My story Hook and Grinder is now live in the February issue of The Horror Zine.
My science fiction novel, Angels and Wormholes, will be reduced in price from $9.99 to $0.00 for the weekend of Saturday August 26 to Sunday August 27.
Here is the link.
I hope you download a copy. If you do get to read it, please leave a review.
Thanks for you support!
Two of my horror poems -‘Goodnight’ and ‘Skittering Bones’- are in the current issue of Polar Borealis magazine, which is now available free to the public here, for anyone who is interested.
I’d like to hear what you think, especially about ‘Goodnight’ (I particularly like that one). Thanks for reading.