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About Richard Beauchamp
Hailing from the Ozarks, Richard Beauchamp dips his proverbial pen in all manner of horror genres, from folk horror to scifi horror to weird, to everything in between. His debut collection "Black Tongue & Other Anomalies" is a nominee for the 2022 Splatterpunk Awards for Best Fiction Collection, and his short story "The Sons of Luna" was a 2018 Push Cart Prize finalist.
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Titles By Richard Beauchamp
The dark side is waiting…
Fish N’ Chips lead a curious traveler to a sinister island, where the residents are more than they seem. Forbidden occult knowledge strands a pair of friends in a terrifying nexus of evil. And an ancient ice storm forces a wandering tribe to choose between following a bloodthirsty shaman, or the glowing lights in the sky…
Venture into new realms of terror with Scare Street’s latest bone-chilling collection. This spine-tingling volume contains fifteen ghastly tales of horror and the paranormal. More than enough to while away the hours, as you lose yourself in the shadows of the night.
The deeper you plunge into this realm of terror, the farther away the real world seems. But don’t worry… just turn the page and stay a bit longer.
We’re sure you’ll be able to find your way back. Just listen for the screams in the darkness.
And pray they aren’t your own…
This volume contains the following:
1. The Fish'r Men by David Turton
2. The Faces at the Window by Bob Johnston
3. From the Ashes by Bryan Wolford
4. The Neighbors by Peter Cronsberry
5. The Ferryman by Nicholas Paschall
6. Slug by Matias Travieso-Diaz
7. Folsom Lake by Karl Melton
8. Obsidian by Richard Beauchamp
9. Edward's Couch by Robert Douglas
10. What Lovely Petunias by Mark Towse
11. The Delirium of Negation by Justin Boote
12. I Just Write the Damned Thing by Samuel Thomas Fraser
13. A Clearing by Sam Lesek
14. Northern Lights by Drew Starling
15. Wind Chimes by Ron Ripley
From the author who brought you the Splatterpunk Award nominated collection "Black Tongue & Other Anomalies", Richard Beauchamp returns with a pulse pounding scifi-horror novella-
Marsa Unger, captain of the Phoenix-1 research vessel, is having mixed feelings about her new upgraded ship AI.
The Autonomous Robotic Intelligence Computer, or ‘Aric’ is the latest and greatest in the Athena Class AI developed by the Intergalactic Commerce Federation, the corporate hegemony that controls all the travel and trade among the stars. Meant to handle the tedious maintenance tasks of a whole ship by itself, as well as having a next gen human communication interface, ARIC is designed to feel just like another member of the crew. Now ship captains can rest easy knowing they have one of the smartest super computers ever built at the helm.
Or can they?
Marsa notices his slip ups, his aberrations in behavior. But unexpected cargo from the stars will really test the captain-AI relationship when Phoenix-1 picks up a peculiar distress beacon.
An escape pod ejected from an ancient ore-digger ship.
A dead scrap pirate encased within a mysterious black substance.
A potential universe-changing scientific discovery that threatens the lives of everyone aboard Phoenix-1.
As ARIC begins to find loopholes in the protocols that are supposed to keep him a docile servant, the unexpected passenger aboard Phoenix-1 serves as the catalyst to further deteriorate ARIC’s IFC imposed chains and help him realize his true, terrible potential.
To ARIC, he doesn’t see potential danger.
All he sees is opportunity.
It knows what scares you…
A cursed mansion puts a curious house sitter’s free will to the ultimate test. An old polaroid camera holds a monster that yearns to be released. And two brothers encounter a demonic force in the caverns just beyond town…
Enter a dreamscape of supernatural terror with Scare Street’s latest collection. This diabolical volume contains fifteen terrifying tales of fear and horror. And each story pulls you deeper into the realm of perpetual night.
There’s something eerily familiar about the shadowy landscape you find yourself in. The crumbling old house on the hill, the pale fog rolling through the cemetery, the stone gargoyles perched above ancient tombs…you swear you’ve been here before.
But as your breath quickens and your heart beats faster, you realize this is no déjà vu. Something has pierced your consciousness and delved into your darkest nightmares. The spirits have brought your greatest fears to life.
And now, they’re hunting you through the darkness…
This bone-chilling supernatural collection contains:
1. Down the Stairs by Lewis Brett Smiler
2. Polaroid by Tim Sturk
3. Feline Instinct by Justin Boote
4. Mother Spook by Elin Olausson
5. Review: The Let of Dark by Benjamin Gardner
6. Satan's Harley by Brian Malachy Quinn
7. Shadows of Time by Bradley Walker
8. The White Suits by Richard Beauchamp
9. The Moaning Caverns by Karl Melton
10. The Thing in the Dark by Faith Pierce
11. This Time of Night by Bill Davidson
12. The Black Pumpkin by Mike Weitz
13. The Lightning Dwellers by Michael Maguire
14. The Detective by J. M. White
15. Reading a New Book by Ron Ripley
Nightfall is the prime time for terror…
In the jungles of Vietnam, Hell on earth awaits a troop of unsuspecting GIs. A greedy gravedigger faces deadly repercussions for stealing from the dead. And love comes with a terrible price when a lonely woman turns to a witch to fulfill her heart’s desires…
Plunge into darkness with Scare Street’s new collection of bone-chilling terror. This demonic volume contains thirteen sinister tales of supernatural horror. Enough to keep you reading into the darkest hours of the night.
Things look different in the moonlight. The branches of a tree become a monster’s claws. The shadows around your window seem like wraiths, rising from the underworld. And the space beneath your bed becomes the perfect spot for a snarling beast to hide…
But don’t worry. Soon the sun will rise, and everything will go back to normal. Assuming you make it through the night…
This collection contains:
1. Search and Destroy by Richard Beauchamp
2. As Seen from Above by Dustin Walker
3. The Gravedigger by Daniel J. Bickley
4. Cuckoo, Cherry Tree by R.G. Evans
5. The Sanction by Damir Salkovic
6. The Old Man's Neighbor by Gordon Dunleavy
7. The Witch of the Woods by Jamie Zaccaria
8. Ōsuzumebachi by Matthew McKiernan
9. With Lying Tongues, With Words of Hatred by Spencer Koelle
10. Silver Maples by Tim Jeffreys
11. The Strange Journey of James Booth by Justin Boote
12. The Summer with No Tourists by Alethea Avery
13. Children's Home by Ron Ripley
Trick-or-treating takes a sinister turn when a restless spirit seeks revenge on friends who abandoned him. A man’s worst memories are turned against him in a cruel dystopian nightmare. And a specialist in deadly wildlife encounters an unusual predator with an appetite for human flesh…
The Scare Street train is leaving the station with a new collection of skin-crawling horror. Thirteen tales of nightmares and dark fantasy lurk within its decaying pages. Plenty of reading to occupy your mind, as your train ride to terror begins.
A skeletal hand takes your ticket. The conductor’s rotting lips curl into an sinister grin. Ghostly passengers drift through the car as the engine’s whistle blows.
Through the window, you see a dark tunnel ahead. Giant fangs glisten in the moonlight, surrounding the dark, gaping passageway. As the train plunges deeper into the monstrous maw, the other passengers wail in fright. The giant mouth is closing, and a horrifying realization dawns on you...
Looks like you bought a one-way ticket.
And this train ride is about to become your last…
This volume features to following stories:
1. Underselling the Horror by Radar DeBoard
2. Quiet as a Mouse by Danna Greenwood
3. Landlocked by Georgia Cook
4. Apex Predator by Richard Beauchamp
5. Misery Loop by Caleb Jones
6. Timmy Thomerson's Turn by Erik McHatton
7. The Dog Walkers by Edward Ahern
8. Coming Back by Charles Welch
9. Metamorphosis by Shea E. Butler
10. Lock the Doors by Matt Micheli
11. Berg by Tom Prentice
12. Mousetrap by Al Hagan
13. The Firebug by Ron Ripley and Kevin Saito
A nurse wakes up in a hospital basement surrounded by the bodies of her coworkers and finds herself waging a desperate battle for survival against an unseen enemy. An introverted artist’s hermitage upon a private space station is interrupted by a multi-limbed alien intent on absorbing him. A woman stalked by a sadistic killer through an apocalyptic landscape decides to make one last defiant stand against her tormentor, or become his next work of living art.
And many more stories…
Featuring works by: Scotty Milder, Michelle Tang, Amelia Gorman, S.R. Miller, Jude Reid, Maggie Slater, J.C. Martinez, Richard Beauchamp, P.L. McMillan, M.J. Mars, Jay Wilburn, Eric J. Guignard. Published by Dark Peninsula Press. Edited by Aric Sundquist. Cover artwork by Mikio Murakami.
evil lurking within its frozen maw…
In the near future, the last vestiges of humanity are forced down into the abyssal depths of the ocean to
hide from an unspeakable cosmic horror, with one grieving mother deciding to fight back…
At the fringes of our cosmos, a team of intergalactic salvage pirates find a derelict ship, hiding within its
steel walls a most terrible scientific discovery…
These horrors and more await you within the pages of Richard Beauchamp’s debut collection, “Black
Tongue and Other Anomalies”, featuring twelve short horrors exploring themes of desolation, isolation,
and the darkest reaches of the human condition…
Best Anthology 2019: 2nd Place
Best Print/Electronic Book Publisher 2019: 3rd Place
Herb Kauderer: "Green Sky"
Clay F. Johnson: "Lines Written by Moonlight at Whitby Abbey"
Pushcart Prize Nominations
Cy-BORG-N: "Pandas in the Wind"
Grace Onorato: "Origin Story"
Liesl Graber: "Almost a Fantasy"
Joe Di Bari: "Jake Moonlight"
Clay F. Johnson: "Lines Written by Moonlight at Whitby Abbey"
Richard Beauchamp: "Sons of Luna"
The 2020 Dwarf Stars Anthology and Award
Herb Kauderer: "the music of luna's pull""
Influence of the Moon" contains twenty-two stories with additional poetry from writers in New York's Capital Region and beyond. These tales feature poisoned moons, witches, werecreatures, and shadows that sometimes blot out the moon. Join us on this journey through the amazing works that writers in this area have to offer and learn why we all love stories influenced by the moon.