Horror For Good : A Charitable Anthology

The editors of this forthcoming anthology have now announced the table of contents –

A Message from the HWA President ~ Rocky Wood

The Journey of Horror For Good ~ Mark C. Scioneaux

Autumn as Metaphor ~ G.N. Braun

On a Dark… October ~ Joe R. Lansdale

Mouth ~ Nate Southard

Blood for the American People ~ Lisa Morton

Reception ~ Ray Garton

The Long Hunt ~ Ian Harding

The Apocalypse Ain’t so Bad ~ Jeff Strand

The Gift ~ Monica O’Rourke

The Silent Ones ~ Taylor Grant

Sky of Brass, Land of Iron ~ Joe McKinney

Consanguinity ~ Lorne Dixon

Dead Letters ~ Ramsey Campbell

The Monster in the Drawer ~ Wrath James White

Baptism ~ Tracie McBride

Atlantis Purging ~ Boyd E. Harris

Returns ~ Jack Ketchum

The Other Patrick ~ Brad C. Hodson

A Question of Morality ~ Shaun Hutson

The Meat Man ~ Jonathan Templar

A Man in Shape Alone ~ Lee Thomas

Solution ~ Benjamin Kane Ethridge

To and Fro ~ Richard Salter

Please Don’t Hurt Me ~ F. Paul Wilson

The Depravity of Inanimate Things ~ John F.D. Taff

The Lift ~ G.R. Yeates

The Eyes Have It ~ Rena Mason

Road Flowers ~ Gary McMahon

The Widows Laveau ~ Steven W. Booth & Norman L. Rubenstein

This Thing That Clawed Itself Inside Me ~ John Mantooth

Somewhere on Sebastian Street ~ Stephen Bacon

June Decay ~ Danica Green

Shiva, Open Your Eye ~ Laird Barron

It will be published by Cutting Block Press on March 30th 2012. This is a charitable anthology. All revenues, less direct costs for production, marketing and distribution (net profits of each purchase, estimated to be at least 10% to 15%) will be donated to amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research. For more information on amfAR, please visit:  www.amfar.org

My story, Somewhere On Sebastian Street, is a homage to my friend and fellow writer Gary McMahon, and was directly inspired by a story called The Row which appeared in his collection It Knows Where You Live. I’ve been a fan of Gary’s writing for many years, and have seen him blossom into a major literary force. As well as being both generous and genuine, he’s an incredibly lovely bloke. I’m deeply honoured to be appearing alongside him in this book, as well as with loads of other greats from the genre.

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