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About Henry Snider
During the last two decades, Henry Snider has dedicated his time to helping others tighten their writing through critique groups, classes, lectures, prison prose programs, and high school fiction contests. He co-founded Fiction Foundry (est. 2012) and the award-winning Colorado Springs Fiction Writer’s Group (1996-2013). Thirteen years to the month from founding the CSFWG, he retired from the presidency. After a much needed vacation, he returned to the literary world. While still reserving enough time to pursue his own fiction aspirations, he continues to be active in the writing community through classes, editing services, and advice. Henry lives in Colorado with his wife, fellow author and editor Hollie Snider, son – poet Josh Snider and numerous neurotic animals, including, of course, Fizzgig, the token black cat.
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Their desiccated corpses creep through dusty desert crypts and cursed bogs; crowded old world bazaars and desolate no man's lands. Most of all, they haunt the darkest of our dreams, unleash the deepest of our fears, for once they were us. Exhume terrifying secrets and unravel truths best left entombed. A horror anthology including tales from H. P. Lovecraft, T.G. Arsenault, Michael Bailey, Eric S. Brown, Judi Ann Calhoun, Tracy L. Carbone, Karen Dent, Roxanne Dent, Jonathan Dubey, Allen Dusk, Melissa M. Gates, Marianne Halbert, David Hayes, Michael Hughes, Joe Knetter, Esther S. Leiper-Estabrooks, John McIlveen, Gregory L. Norris, Philip C. Perron, Kristi Petersen Schoonover, Douglas B. Poirier, James Pratt, M.J. Preston, Kyle Rader, Suzanne Robb, Gord Rollo, Lawrence Santoro, Brett A. Savory, B.E. Scully, Henry Snider, and Erin Thorne.
What miracles can one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?
CONSUMED: Tales Inspired by the Wendigo
Edited by Hollie & Henry Snider
Hunger that changes you...consumes you...turning you into a nightmare version of what you once were. From desolate snowy mountains and apocalyptic wastelands to New York's sex clubs and virtual encounters, Denver Horror Collective brings you, dear reader, visions of horror inspired by the Wendigo.
With an introduction from Owl Goingback, authors treating you to this plate of delicacies include Wrath James White, Steve Rasnic Tem, Dana Fredsti, R. Michael Burns, Angela Sylvaine, Ian Neligh, P.L. McMillan, Michael Gore, Amanda Headlee, Joy Yehle, Ross Baxter, K.D. Webster, Ray Zacek, Elana Gomel, Marlin Bressi, Brenda S. Tolian, and Christophe Maso.
So sit back and take a nibble to satisfy your cravings. Better yet, devour these pages and be CONSUMED by what's inside.
INTRODUCTION - Owl Goingback
CRAVINGS - R. Michael Burns
STARVED - Angela Sylvaine
ADAPTATION - Ian Neligh
THE SCREAMING TREE - Dana Fredsti
PLANET OF THE HUNGRY - P.L. McMillan
LIKES - Michael Gore
JOURNAL OF MILTON PARKER - Amanda Headlee
HOARD - Joy Yehle
UNSOLICITED - Wrath James White
THE HUDSON HUNGER - Ross Baxter
THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY - K.D. Webster
ROAD DEMON - Ray Zacek
TOUCHING WOOD - Elana Gomel
EAST OF AVON - Marlin Bressi
BLOOD MOUNTAIN - Brenda S. Tolian
AN GORTA MOR - Steve Rasnic Tem
FEAST OF THE SENSES - Christophe Maso
NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER - Josh Schlossberg
A neighborhood won't let its residents forget the past. One taste draws two lovers into a nightmarish addiction. A harsh winter forces strange creatures down from the mountains.
At sea level, where it's safe, things like this can't happen. But when you're sky high in Denver, Colorado, anything goes...including your sanity.
Beware of Terror at 5280', a horror fiction anthology featuring dark tales set in and around Denver and the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, penned exclusively by local authors.
Terror at 5280' is a Denver Post Bestseller and winner of the Fiction Anthology category (and finalist for Horror Fiction) in The 2020 Best Book Awards from American Book Fest.
Edited by: Josh Schlossberg, Gary Robbe, Melinda Bezdek, Bobby Crew, Desi D, Lisa Mavroudis, Thomas C. Mavroudis, and Jeamus Wilkes.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface - Denver Horror Collective
Foreword - John Palisano
The Depths - Matthew Lyons
Laffing Sal - Lindsay King-Miller
This Was Always Going to Happen - Stephen Graham Jones
Electric Stalker - Rebecca S.W. Bates
Gaze with Undimmed Eyes and the World Drops Dead - Carina Bissett
Grave Mistake - Joshua Viola & Carter Wilson
There is Something Up There - Joy Yehle
Scrape - Gary Robbe
The Copper Door Karma Jar - Cindra Spencer
Block 12 - Thomas C. Mavroudis
A Place for Cady - Melinda Bezdek
Taste - Henry Snider
Chronic Cold - Josh Schlossberg
The Dead Spot - Angela Sylvaine
The Ghosts of Cheesman Park - Grace Horton
Old Golden Road - Jay Seate
If I Shall Wake - Desi D
The Blue Lady - Sean Murphy
Mountain Lovers - Bobby Crew
Left Behind - P.L. McMillan
Deep Veins - Travis Heermann
That Time Maggie Ghosted Me - Jeamus Wilkes
Last Words: Cannibal Kings and Queens - Larry Berry
Wake up! You don't want to be late. Shower and shave, you want to look your best. Drink coffee, scramble eggs, you'll need your energy. Today's a big day...even if you don't know why.
Within these pages reside 25 terrifying visions from the finest talents in dark fiction. From a call center floor to an undertaker's slab, a chain bookstore to a dark Christmas with border patrol agents, HELP! WANTED: Tales of On-the-Job Terror removes the veils that protect your psyche, beckoning you into nightmare worlds that will leave you screaming...for more!
Featuring Stephen Volk, Jeff Strand, Joe McKinney, David Dunwoody, Lisa Morton, Gary Brandner, Vince A. Liaguno, Amy Wallace, Eric Shapiro, Scott Bradley, Mark Allan Gunnells, Gregory L. Norris, and many more!
Featuring: Lurkers by David A Riley
Every Star is Mad by CM Fields
The Reliquary by CP Webster
Unholy Cosmic Terror by Cameron Walker
Bug of the Stars by Evan Rodenhausen
Afterburn by Carlton Herzog
The Vessel by Henry Snider
How to Frame a Dying Art by Mike Lee
The Blue Canoe by Ben Scotti
The Terror of Emmett’s Cove by Lee Clark Zumpe
The Dewey Mine Attack by Dean Wirth
Shipping on the River by Sergio Palumbo
The End of History by Mathew Chabin
In a world of shadows, joyful colours are an act of heroism.
Modern tales are filled with clowns who invoke fear not laughter: painted grins covering fanged maws; baggy costumes concealing unspeakable horrors; malevolent parodies of nature.
But the tools of a clown work for good as well as ill: only a trickster could tweak a monster’s nose; make-up is war paint for the modern age; the devil cannot tempt a happy soul.
What if, instead of being the demons of urban legend, clowns were the victims or the heroes of the story?
An entertainer discovers his latest booking is filled with clowns but no children.
A group of ageing clowns seek their Priest-King before the divine is lost from the world forever.
Yorrick’s apprentice shares the truth behind the death of Shakespeare’s most famous clown.
And ten more stories of clowns facing the supernatural.
Blood and Blasphemy is a collection of over thirty of the most sacrilegious horror stories ever written. Within these irreverent pages, you will encounter a priest that keeps his deformed spawn chained in a root cellar, a convent where a poisonous species of salamander is worshiped, a demonic altar boy, possessed religious relics that kill, blood-drinking clergymen, a Son of God who feeds on sin, an unsuspecting couple who run afoul of religious lunatics in a small town, the divine (and deadly) turd of Christ, and other terrifying tales guaranteed to make church ladies faint and nuns clutch their rosaries.
Featuring stories by: Aron Beauregard, George Alan Bradley, Cardigan Broadmoor, Scot M. Carpenter, Myna Chang, Clay McLeod Chapman, Nick Dinicola, Jude M. Eriksen, Michael Martin Garrett, Gerri R. Gray, Christopher Hamel, Carlton Herzog, B.T. Joy, A.L. King, Daryl Marcus, Jeremy Megargee, Donna J.W. Munro, Hari Navarro, Trevor Newton, Drew Nicks, C.C. Parker, Wolfgang Potterhouse, J.L. Shioshita, J.J. Smith, Henry Snider, J.B. Toner, Sheldon Woodbury, and Shawn Wood.