editing_knifeWell, folks, I’ve got some fantastic news. Starting sometime in September I’ll be officially on staff at Evil Jester Press as an editor. A big thanks to Pete Giglio (my new boss), Charles Day (the publishing house owner) and, of course, to the Mrs. – Hollie (who taught me how to edit with the aid of a blood-red pen and swing of “Mister Stabby.”



RadioHey folks, just found out my first serious attempt at a zombie story is being featured on the Library of the Living Dead podcast episode #121. Doc Pus dedicated the entire show to the episode as a teaser for the forthcoming “The South Will Rise Undead” anthology. Talk about an honor!

So sit back, crack open a can of whatever puts a smile on your face, and enjoy!

Or under “Library of the Living Dead Podcast” on iTunes.



libraryofhorror_iconMy short story “Singed” has been accepted for publication in the forthcoming devil anthology, “HELLOLOGY.” More information as it becomes available.

Hellology   TOC

  • The Hand Of Hell - Charles Kyffhausen
  • An Essay For Ms. Krimson – Val Muller
  • Brother To Hold Me – Douglas Hutcheson
  • The Prosecutor - Richard Jay Goldstein
  • Last Morning with Gran - Lee Smiley
  • The Way Of Nature - T. L. Barrett
  • The Matter Of The Boy - Emma Ennis
  • And The Devil Said, Wait - Jenni Wiltz
  • Where Do All Of The Accountants Come From? – Robert Bagnall
  • Singed – Henry Snider
  • The Evil One - Gregory L. Norris
  • All In The (Devil’s) Family – Heather Whittington
  • The Ballad Of Mal And Pert - Paul A. Free

. . . by the way folks, just in case you’re interested, the Devil’s in Detroit.  I have proof!



My short story “Pop” has been accepted for publication in the forthcoming “House of Pain” anthology.  Not a bad way to start a week.

On top of getting that information, I found out that my wife, the ultra evil author/editor has also been accepted to the anthology.  This is a good thing, right?  I mean . . . she scares me . . . a lot!

. . . her writing!  I meant her writing!


Zombie Zak’s House of Pain  TOC

  • Weekend Bag - David Dunwoody
  • The Manipulator - Wednesday Silverwood
  • Pop - Henry Snider
  • That Damn Song - Gregory L. Hall
  • Devil Drink - Tonia Brown
  • Baby Gravy - Tiara Chuckwu
  • The Samurai In Aisle Three - Eric Dimbleby
  • The Dionysus Health Spa - A.J. French
  • Briar King – A.D. Spencer
  • Doodles – C. Dulaney
  • The Green Dream - Gregory L. Norris
  • Black River - Rakie Keig
  • Moon Shadow - R. Scott McCoy
  • John Chapman And Scarred Angus - Clyde Wolfe
  • Serpent’s Kiss - Hollie Snider
  • It Runs In The Family – JW Schnarr
  • The Chimney - James S. Dorr
  • The Toll - Jason Shayer
  • Up And Down The Food Chain - William Meikle



13-questionsOkay readers, my latest interview with Horror Addicts‘ Sapphire Neal is up and ready for your viewing pleasure . . . scrutiny . . . or barbed jabs – take your pick.  I did my best to plug everyone from my readers to forthcoming anthologies.  Less than 15 hours and Horror Addicts episode 61 comes out with “Someone to Watch Over Me!”





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