Hey all you horror readers,
Looking for something spooky to do on Friday the 13th? Join us for a star studded virtual event for Dark Stars, a horror anthology! Editor John FD Taff and contributor Priya Sharma will be talking all things horror. It'll be a screaming good time!
Ready to get your pants scared off? Check out our Dark Stars Event- a horror short story anthology featuring 12 terrifying original stories from rising talent and horror titans, with an introduction by bestselling author Josh Malerman (Bird Box) and an afterword by Ramsey Campbell.
John F.D. Taff has been writing for more than 30 years, with 90+ short stories and five novels in print. His collection Little Deaths was named the best horror fiction collection of 2012 by HorrorTalk. His collection of novellas, The End in All Beginnings, was published by Grey Matter Press in 2014. Jack Ketchum called it “the best novella collection I’ve read in years,” and it was a finalist for a Bram Stoker Award® for Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection. His latest collection, Little Black Spots, was named the best single author collection of the year by Ink Heist, and a short story from this work, “A Winter’s Tale,” was a finalist for a Bram Stoker Award® for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction. Taff’s work has appeared recently in Gutted, Behold, and Shadows Over Main Street 2, and will appear soon in The Seven Deadliest and I Can Hear the Shadows.
Taff lives in the wilds of Illinois with a wife, two cats and three pugs.
Priya Sharma’s fiction has appeared venues such as Interzone, Black Static, Nightmare, The Dark and Tor. “Fabulous Beasts” was a Shirley Jackson Award finalist and won a British Fantasy Award for Short Fiction. Priya is a Shirley Jackson Award and British Fantasy Award winner, and Locus Award finalist, for “All the Fabulous Beasts”, a collection of her some of her work, available from Undertow Publications. “Ormeshadow”, her first novella (available from Tor), won a Shirley Jackson Award and a British Fantasy Award. Her stories have been translated into Spanish, French, Italian, Czech, and Polish.