Artist: Ethically Challenged
My short story, “The Cat’s Meow,” received a Silver Honorable Mention from the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future Contest!
What does this mean? Not much, really—simply that my story beat out a few thousand other entries to be selected for a category slightly above the ordinary, non-metallic Honorable Mentions, but far, far below the actual winners, finalists, and semi-finalists.
(What’s more important is that “The Cat’s Meow” will be published in Disturbed Digest by Alban Lake Publishing in June 2018.)
One thing that’s been keeping me up at night: If I’m a writer of the future, does that mean I’m not a writer of the present?
Read my borderline-blasphemous short story “There Shall Be No Night” in Demons, Devils & Denizens of Hell: Vol 2!
The publisher, Hellbound Books, describes this 602-page behemoth as an “anthology of otherworldy delights, tales of horror, dread and hellish inhabitants.”
Support independent horror fiction (and yours darkly, Josh Schlossberg) by purchasing Demons, Devils & Denizens of Hell: Vol 2 in print for $17.99 and e-book for $4.99 today.
This Friday night @ 5 pm PT / 6 MT / 7 CT / 8 ET come to the online release party for Demons, Devils and Denizens of Hell–which includes my borderline blasphemous short story, “There Shall Be No Night”–to enter contests and win free giveaways from Hellbound Books!
Georgetown Haunts and Mysteries edited by Jeanne C. Stein and Joshua Viola
Hex Publishers (2017)
AN OLD MINING TOWN
IN THE HEART OF THE ROCKIES:
BEST NOT DIG TOO DEEP.
Art: Bloody Disgusting
Had a great time on Deadman’s Tome podcast last night talking about the Slender Man and desert murder mysteries!