The Siren’s Call: Women in Horror Month
The company who puts out this awesome magazine will be publishing three more of my short stories this year. They love my work, and I love their work! The editors of this magazine and the several anthologies they put out each year are not only wonderful to work with professionally, but also on a personal level, they are kind and compassionate people. It’s a privilege to know them, and I’m beyond honored they enjoy my work enough to include it among their fine publications.
You can download this Magazine FOR FREE. 120 pages of horror Short Stories, Flash Fiction, Poetry, Photography, Ads, Interviews, and an excerpt of Julianne Snow’s Days with the Undead: Book One. Included in this issue is my story “Twenty Minutes” and my poem “Look Into My Eyes.”
This issue is dedicated to Women in Horror Recognition Month, and I’m ever so thrilled to be a part of it. This is issue #7. Their other issues can be found on The Siren’s Call website.
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~ by omgrey on February 12, 2013.
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