"Every new book by Glen Krisch is a reason to celebrate."
--Kealan Patrick Burke, author of The Turtle Boy and Kin
"Glen Krisch writes with sheer force and raw power–a welcome entry to the horror ranks."
--Scott Nicholson, author of The Red Church
- During a hot summer night in 1934, tragedy strikes when two local boys search for the truth behind a local legend... audible.com/pd/ref=det_twe… 20 hours ago
- Trying to decide on a suitable cover artist for my upcoming novel... hmm... 21 hours ago
- @BrianKeene I feel you. If I lived nearby, I'd help with the move. 2 days ago
- RT @Cmdr_Hadfield: Return to Gravity, so many things. It is strange to talk and feel the weight of my lips and tongue! Dizzy too - would fa… 2 days ago
- @BrianKeene can I dm you? It's good news. 3 days ago
Monthly Archives: November 2007
This is from The Fix, the relaunched short fiction review site. Here’s a link. Nice overview of the anthology. I’m pleased to be a part of this project. http://thefix-online.com/reviews/horror-library-2/
Since I’ve signed and mailed the contract, I suppose I can announce this sale. “Finding Allison” will be recorded for an upcoming podcast at Pseudopod. This is exciting news because it is my first reprint sale, and plus I’ve always … Continue reading
Or is it more like the Dating Game? Waiting for a publisher to respond is like waiting for the girl of your dreams to say yes to your offer of dinner and a movie. Luckily, I figured out the dating … Continue reading
Do you know about peak oil? Do you believe it’s true, or that it’s scare-mongering? Check out this trailer: This film may change your view on the world.