I’m pleased to announce that my story, “Seeds of Change,” was published in the Dead Harvest anthology, which just released this month. With nearly 700-pages of horrifying fiction, it’s a behemoth, sure to keep you reading well into the winter.
But it’s not stocked with much fluff. First time editor Mark Parker was able to curate a line-up filled with some of today’s finest, award-winning, horror authors. Names like, Benjamin Kane Ethridge, Ronald Malfi, Tim Lebbon, Greg F. Gifune, Richard Thomas, Jeff Strand, James A. Moore, David Bernstein, Todd Keisling, and Tim Waggoner just to name a few. And they hardly comprise half the contents. It’s a beast.
Being the half-hearted hippy that I am, my story centers around the issue of genetically modified foods, and the potential effects they could have on our society. A recent article from Vice, relating how Pesticides are Causing Farmers to Become Suicidally Depressed, offers some eerie validation to some of the speculations posed in the story.
I hope you’ll pick up a copy. With the amount of talent contained between the two covers, I don’t think you’ll be let down.
As a bonus, one of the contributors is Richard Chizmar, the esteemed editor-in-chief at Cemetery Dance magazine. He’s personally signing all copies purchased through the Cemetery Dance website. So get yourself one while supplies last.
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