D. Allen Crowley, an ON TIME Author Interview

Join us as we peek behind the scenes of our upcoming anthology, ON TIME. Learn more about D. Allen Crowley in his featured interview. ABOUT THE STORY  What inspired your story?  Like many of my stories, “The Unloved Dead” started with a simple idea and I built the story around it. The idea was more of an…

Our TRANSCENDENT Authors: a Featured Interview with Nathaniel W. Phillips

In our new author series, we’ll be offering a clairvoyant peek behind the veil of who and what makes up TRANSCENDENT. Here’s a glimpse at Nathaniel W. Phillips and his story “Skinner Box.”   ABOUT THE STORY What inspired your story? Two things I love and am fascinated by: Lovecraftian, cosmic horror and psychological learning…

A TRANSCENDENT Excerpt: “The Eyes of Fire” by Michael Edgerton

Ghoulmans was always busy on Tuesdays. Perhaps that should have struck me as odd, but that was just one of the peculiarly refreshing aspects of the pub. The splendid oddity made it stand out amongst the countless bars scattered around Elm Street in Greensboro. Ghoulmans, with its Edison bulbs, grandiose Victorian bar, and a radio…

Our TRANSCENDENT Authors: a Featured Interview with Shaun Horton

In our new author series, we’ll be offering a clairvoyant peek behind the veil of who and what makes up TRANSCENDENT. Here’s a glimpse at Shaun Horton and his story “Sunday School.”   ABOUT THE STORY What inspired your story? I was on a bit of a H.P. Lovecraft tangent in my writing. It combined…

Our TRANSCENDENT Authors: a Featured Interview with Michael Edgerton

In our new author series, we’ll be offering a clairvoyant peek behind the veil of who and what makes up TRANSCENDENT. Here’s a glimpse at Michael Edgerton and his story “The Eyes of Fire.”   ABOUT THE STORY What inspired your story? Lovecraft, to start. One of his stories, Pickman’s Model, really struck me. Pickman…

A Horror So Sublime: from Poe to The Elephant Man by Alistair Rey

“To transform perceptions of ordinary life into an infinite source of nightmares is the wild hope of every writer of weird fiction.” The verdict belongs to Michel Houellebecq, although it is in reference to the work of H. P. Lovecraft. What can we take from such a judgement? It would seem Houellebecq sees the author…