Here are the talented authors we work with.

Episode 13, The Dust Child:

C.M. Muller lives in St. Paul, Minnesota with his wife and two sons—and, of course, all those quaint and curious volumes of forgotten lore.

CMMuellerHis tales have appeared in Shadows & Tall Trees, Supernatural Tales, Vastarien, and a host of other venues. In addition to writing, he also edits and publishes the annual journal Nightscript. His debut story collection, Hidden Folk, was released in 2018, and his themed doppelgänger anthology, Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles, stepped from the shadows on 2/2/19. For more information, please visit him here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Episode 12, The Final Diagnosis of Doctor Lazare:

David Peak is the author of the black metal horror novel Corpsepaint (Word Horde, 2018).

David_PeakHis other books include Eyes in the Dust (Dunhams Manor, 2016), The Spectacle of the Void (Schism, 2014), and The River Through the Trees (Blood Bound Books, 2013). Other writing has appeared or is forthcoming in places such as Year's Best Weird Fiction Volume 5 (Undertow Publications), Serial Killing: A Philosophical Anthology (Schism), Denver Quarterly, Electric Literature, and 3:AM. He lives in Chicago where he operates Blue Square Press. Visit him on his website.

 

 

 

Episode 11, The Last Testament of Jacob Tyler:

David Surface lives in the Hudson River valley of New York, not far from Sleepy Hollow.

DavidSurfaceHe has been published in Shadows & Tall Trees, Supernatural Tales, Nightscript, Morpheus Tales, and The Tenth Black Book of Horror. His stories have been anthologized in Darkest Minds from Dark Minds Press, Ghost Highways from Midnight Street Press, and in The Twisted Book of Shadows from Twisted/Haverhill Press. A story co-authored with Julia Rust, ‘TallDarkAnd’ appears in the Swan River Press anthology, Uncertainties III. Read more at his website.

 

 

Episode 10, Almost Home:

Kevin Lucia is the Reviews Editor for Cemetery Dance Magazine. 

KLuciaHis first short story collection, Things Slip Through was published November 2013, followed by Devourer of Souls in June 2014, Through A Mirror, Darkly, June 2015, and and his second short story collection, Things You Need, September 2018. His novella Mystery Road is forthcoming from Cemetery Dance Publications. Learn more about his work on his website.

 

 

 

 

Episode 9, Leaking Out:

Brian Evenson is the author of over a dozen books of fiction.

EvansonHis fiction has won an International Horror Guild award and a World Fantasy Award and he has been a finalist for the Shirley Jackson Award and the Edgar Award. He teaches at CalArts and lives in Los Angeles. Visit him on his website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Episode 8, The Devil's Leash:

Christa Carmen’s work has been featured in myriad anthologies,

ChristaCarmenanthologies, ezines, and podcasts, including Fireside Fiction Company, Year’s Best Hardcore Horror Volume 2, Outpost 28 Issues 2 & 3, Third Flatiron’s Strange Beasties, and Tales to Terrify. Her debut collection, Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, is available now from Unnerving, and won the 2018 Indie Horror Book Award for Best Debut Collection. Learn more about her on her website.

 

 

 

 

& David Emery

DavidEmerywho was found on the back porch in a puddle of green slime (according to his sisters).
He has two published short stories, has received a Writers of the Future Honorable Mention, and has acted as a writing contest judge. He currently resides in Portland, OR. Visit him on his website.

 

 

 

 

Episode 7, Film Maudit:

Christopher Slatsky's stories have appeared in The Year's Best Weird Fiction vol. 3, Nightscript vol. 2, Vastarien Journaland elsewhere.
 
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His debut collection Alectryomancer and Other Weird Tales was released summer of 2015. He currently resides in the Los Angeles area. A second collection titled The Immeasurable Corpse of Nature is slated for a 2019 release.  Visit him on his website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Episode 6, Poseidon's Revenge:

Joshua Dyer writes in several different genres and styles including horror, fantasy, science fiction, and mainstream fiction.

 

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He has written for the Los Angeles Times, where some of his fiction won their "Reader's Choice Award" for best story of the year. When he's not writing, Dyer likes to read, study languages, play video games, and bake stuff. You can visit him on facebook.

 

 

 

 

 

Episode 5, Don't Let the Bedbugs Bite:

Clint Smith is the author of the collection Ghouljaw and Other Stories (Hippocampus Press, 2014),

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and the novella, When It’s Time For Dead Things to Die (Dunhams Manor Press, 2015).  His second collection, The Skeleton Melodies—featuring thirteen stories along with the novella, Haunt Me Still—is scheduled for 2019 release with Hippocampus Press.  Clint lives in the Midwest, with his wife and two children.  Read more at his website.

 

 

 
 

 

Episode 4, The Unknown Thing:

Timothy G. Huguenin is from the dark Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia.
 
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He is the author of the horror novels Little One and When the Watcher Shakes, as well as various short stories. You can find out more about him and his writing by visiting his website.
 

 

 

 

 

Episode 3, Transmission:

Ted E. Grau is the author of the books I Am The River, They Don’t Come Home AnymoreTriptych: Three Cosmic Tales

ThTEGraue Lost Aklo StoriesThe Mission, and The Nameless Dark (nominated for a 2015 Shirley Jackson Award for Single-Author Collection), whose work has been published around the world, translated into Spanish, Italian, German, and Japanese. Grau lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter, and is currently working on his second collection and second novel. You can visit Ted E. Grau at his website

 

 

 

 

Episode 2, the Mosaic:

G.D. Watry is a writer from California.

His work has appeared in Pantheon MagGDWatryazine, Hinnom Magazine, OCCULUM, Shotgun Honey, Third Flatiron Publishing, and The Molotov Cocktail, among other publications. You can find him on Twitter @GDWatry

 

 

 

 

Episode 1, The Wallpaperman:

Caleb Stephens is a CPA and author who resides in Denver, Colorado. His short stories have received honorable mentions in the 2016 Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards and Allegory Magazine and his works have been accepted for publicCaleb Stephensation in Ink Stains, Spinetingler, and Hinnom Magazine. His writing tips can be found on The Writing Cooperative, an online magazine focused on helping people write better. He is the Assistant Editor for Hinnom Magazine and is currently neck deep in his second novel, a dark psychological thriller that keeps him up way too late at night. When he’s not writing, he can be found honing his guitar chops or playing with his three young daughters. Learn more about his work at www.calebstephensauthor.com and follow him on Twitter and Medium @cstephensauthor.