Between the Reads, THE voice for Black Indie authors, got the Beef, Wine and Shenanigans crew together to discuss their written work and love for all things horror. Check out the interview on YouTube.
On Friday, October 28th, I joined members of the New York Chapter of the Horror Writers Association for a night of reading original horror stories. I read from the award-winning anthology Hell at the Way Station, the story entitled An American Ghost Story.
On Friday, October 28th, come out and meet members of the New York Chapter of the HWA for an evening of horror stories from their original works. We will doing live readings at the Barnes and Noble located at 765 Route 17 South in Paramus, NJ. The event is free, starting at 6:30pm and willContinue reading “A Night of Horror Writers at Barnes and Noble Friday October 28th, 2022”
I am excited to announce that I am a part of an exciting and terrifying anthology coming in 2023. Blackened Roots is an anthology of stories written by Black writers from all over the world featuring tales of non-traditional zombies. Think The Girl With All The Gifts, not The Walking Dead. This unique anthology is co-edited byContinue reading “Blackened Roots: An Anthology of the Undead – An Indiegogo Campaign”
Author Marc L Abbott will be joining fellow Hell at Brooklyn Tea authors Steven Van Patten and Kirk Johnson at Multiverse in Atlanta, Georgia October 14th – 16th at the Westin Atlanta Perimeter North. He will be on hand to sign copies of the award-winning Hell at the Way Station and the sequel, Hell atContinue reading “Marc L Abbott appearing at Multiverse October 14th-16th in Atlanta, Georgia”
“In death – no! even in the grave all is not lost.” –Edgar Allan Poe Wandering souls! Restless spirits! The vengeful dead! Those who die with unfinished business haunt the living and make their presence known from the world beyond: • A scientist’s invention opens a window onto a terrible afterlife.• A New York CityContinue reading “Even In The Grave, an anthology of ghost stories, out now!”
Beyond The Tropes returns for the fall with Latinx Terror starting September 18th. We explore the writings of four authors who will take us on a terrifying journey with a mix of ancient evils, urban legends and stories steeped in noir. We will be reading the following works: Queen of the Cicadas by V. Castro TheContinue reading “Beyond the Tropes Returns this Fall with Latinx Terror”
Sumiko Saulson is a science-fiction, fantasy and horror writer and graphic novelist. This Award-Winning author has compiled a list of 45 Black Men in Horror and links to their work that you should be reading. Check out the list on her website. And while you’re there, check out her amazing work found in her menus.
My Beyond the Tropes workshop series with the Center for Fiction returns March 27th and it’s going to have a lot of bite; The Vampire Evolution workshop. For more information and to register for this session click here. In this session, we will read four vampire novels beginning with Bram Stoker’s classic Dracula. We willContinue reading “Beyond The Tropes returns with The Vampire Evolution in March”
I am excited to announce the launch of the Kickstarter campaign for an anthology I am a contributing author to called Even in the Grave, a collection of ghost stories, coming from eSpec Books. Aside from offering preorders, the campaign also offers a ton of extras and bonuses in the form of digital reads andContinue reading “Even In The Grave Kickstarter Campaign is now live”