Okay folks, The Anthology “Kill For A Copy” from Dark Chapter Press is out, and here’s one of the first reviews. This anthology includes one of my short stories “Blynd Haus” and I really want to thank the team at Dark Chapter for their hard work and giving so many new authors a shot at this!
…Well all sorts of things as it turns out! Four new Wyvern Falls stories have been picked up this year for starters, and the third novel in the Hudson Horror Series, “By Summer’s Last Twilight” is being prepared for release later this summer. Keep an eye out for more updates but here is what’s coming:
- The novella “The Devil’s Engine” is due out from Muzzleland Press later this summer in both digital and print editions. The tale revolves around three teenagers who discover a secret steam engine hidden in an abandoned Metro North locomotive shed, which had been deliberately forgotten for a reason…
- “Blynd Haus” – a short story about a bunch of roofing contractors and what they uncover in the sealed up attic of a Funeral Home will be published in the upcoming anthology “Kill For A Copy” due out from Dark Chapter Press in the U.K.
- “The Dying Dream of Major Andre” will be included in the upcoming anthology “Legends of Sleepy Hollow” from Neilsen Books. Set in the Sleepy Hollow Country Club, the story is a supernatural take on a newly discovered drawing by Major Andre, the ill-fated British Officer who took the noose instead of Benedict Arnold during the American Revolution.
- “The Anteater” has been picked up for the upcoming anthology “Cranial Leakage: Tales from the Grinning Skull, Vol 2″ due out from Grinning Skull Press . This tale involves a very unconventional approach to pest control…
Latest interview with Robert just went live on Festivale, a online magazine from Down Under. It can be found amongst a very notable list of authors in the ‘Usual Questions Project’:
That’s right folks, dusting my guitar (and myself) off to perform a few solo shows. The next one will be this Saturday, June 14th, at the Ossining Village Fair at 12 noon. If you can’t make that I’ll be performing 3 sets at the Boathouse on Sunday, June 22nd, 4-7 PM. See you there.
Special thanks to Jim Mcleod for is excellent review of ‘The Feast of Saint Anne’ on his blog, ‘Gingernutsofhorror‘ . You can read the review here:
I know you’ve been wonder…yes, its true. A new interview has been posted on the internet: