The Horror Society’s first ever Igor Awards are now over. A huge tip of the hat to the winner, Doug Lamoreux. The anthology should hit the shelves October 15th, 2013. Below is the cover for the “Best of the Horror Society 2013” and the Table of Contents’ authors, containing me for my short story, “The Clown.” Yeah…knowing Hollie Johani Snider‘s phobia of clowns I went ahead and wrote a clown story. Muahahahahahahaaaaaa
   
Bestofthehorrorsociety2013-3D BEST OF THE HORROR SOCIETY 2013 TOC AUTHORS

  • FORWORD – Scott M. Goriscak
  • INTRODUCTION – Carson Buckingham
  • CEREMONY – William F. Nolan
  • TENDRILS NEVER LIE – Kevin A. Ranson
  • THE MASK – Lisamarie Lamb
  • LEMMINAID – Carson Buckingham
  • THE CENTRAL COAST – Jason V. Brock
  • WHITE HELL, WISCONSIN – Weldon Burge
  • VICTIMIZED – Richard Thomas
  • NORMAL IS RELATIVE – Dan Dillard
  • THE PROCEDURE – Doug Lamoreux
  • THE LITTLE CHURCH OF SAFE CROSSING – Joe McKinney
  • MADELEINE – Julianne Snow
  • IT HAS TEETH – Christian A. Larsen
  • MASQUERADE – Dave Jeffery
  • BLACK BIRD – Rose Blackthorn
  • ADJOINING ROOMS – Scott M. Goriscak
  • THE INSPIRATION & HORROR OF GEORGE & HUGH – Nicholas Grabowsky
  • THE CLOWN – Henry Snider
  • MOVING DAY – Mark Onspaugh
  • ELLEN – Lee Pletzers
  • DADDY – Aaron Warwick Dries
  • SOFT LIKE HER – Charles Colyott
  • VENUS – L.L. Soares
  • THE LUMINOUS VEIL – Ian Rogers
  • BEER AND WORMS – T.E. Grau
  • BLACK MARY – Mercedes M. Yardley
  • THE BOY IN THE ELEVATOR – Robert S. Wilson
  • WEIRD – Dean M. Drinkel
  • HOTTIES – Mort Castle

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Edited by Henry Snider THE HORROR SOCIETY offers you... ...a trio of teens that discover not only houses can be haunted... ...a buried and all-but-forgotten Civil War era prison whose dark cells house more than antiques for treasure hunters... ...lovers who chance upon a southwestern cave containing the resting place of a pharaoh entombed far from home... ...a fire tower offering visitors views beyond belief and platform levels which never seem to end... ...abandoned train tracks leading a family to a century-old murder scene... These nightmares and more await you just around the corner in FORGOTTEN PLACES.

 

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