Meet the authors of Hell at Brooklyn Tea this Friday April 23rd

Meet authors Marc Abbott, Steven Van Patten and Kirk Johnson this Friday, April 23rd at Now and Then, NYC in Brooklyn for 5pm – 10pm for Sip and Shop. They will have copies of Hell at Brooklyn Tea* and Hell at the Way Station on hand for sale and to sign as well as otherContinue reading “Meet the authors of Hell at Brooklyn Tea this Friday April 23rd”

Secrets from Carcosa revealed! Marc L Abbott to appear in new anthology from Hippocampus Press this summer.

I’m excited to announce that I will be featured alongside 22 speculative fiction writers in the upcoming anthology Under Twin Suns: Alternate Histories of the Yellow Sign edited by James Chambers. This new anthology will debut this summer from Hippocampus Press. Stay tuned for more details.

Writing in the Dark: Special Edition March 26-28 2021

*I will be appearing on Sunday from 2pm – 3pm for Power Ups: What Boosts Your Career and What Doesn’t?* Celebrate the craft and industry of all things dark in publishing with Tim Waggoner, multi-award-winning author of the brand-new writing guide Writing in the Dark. This three-day symposium on horror writing and publishing will feature workshops,Continue reading “Writing in the Dark: Special Edition March 26-28 2021”

Hell’s Mall

I am excited to announce my contribution, The Djinn in Tonic, in the upcoming horror anthology Hell’s Mall. Kindle is pre-sale until 2/12/21. tinyurl.com/339bhusk Buyer Beware! Something’s fishy at the bridal mall, an arcade develops a will to win and the jogging goes on forever. At Hell’s Mall all your shopping nightmares come real. Featuring theContinue reading “Hell’s Mall”

Hell at Brooklyn Tea is here!

I am excited to announce that the digital version of Hell at Brooklyn Tea has launched. Hard copies of the book for purchase will be coming soon. The sequel to the award-winning ‘Hell At The Way Station‘ with Marc Abbot and Steven Van Patten returning and bringing sword and sorcery maven Kirk Johnson along forContinue reading “Hell at Brooklyn Tea is here!”