New England Horror Writer member Morven Westfield wrote about her Wednesday night appearance at a panel discussion she was on with two other NEHW members, Dan Keohane and Tracy Carbone. Read the entry on her blog, http://morvenwestfield.blogspot.com/2011/01/using-local-settings-in-works-of-horror.html.
New England Horror Writer member Tracy L. Carbone has a new story, “The Attic,” in the thirteenth issue of Necrotic Tissue, which is currently on newstands.
The issue can also be purchased through the magazine’s website, http://www.necrotictissue.com/.
New England Horror Writer members Daniel G. Keohane (Solomon’s Grave), Morven Westfield (Darksome Thirst, The Old Power Returns), and Tracy Carbone (The Man of Mystery Hill) will be taking part in a reading, signing and panel discussion on using local settings in their works of horror for the West Boylston (Massachusetts) Arts Foundation, which is celebrating Edgar Allan Poe’s birthday on Wednesday, Jan. 19, beginning at 6:30 to 8 p.m. at West Boylston’s Beaman Memorial Library. The event is free.
I was just informed that Tracy Carbone’s signing in Vermont
has been cancelled.
Three New England Horror Writer members appear in the anthology Daily Bites of Flesh 2011: 365 Days of Horrifying Flash Fiction published by Pill Hill Press. Scott Goudsward, Stacey Longo, and Jeffrey C. Pettengill all have short stories in the anthology.
Goudsward has three stories, “Surf N’ Turf,” “Eatin’ Ain’t Cheatin,’” and “Blankie” in the anthology.
Longo has two stories, “Trojan Horse” and “Turnabout” in the anthology.
Pettengill has one story, “Breakfast in Bed” in the anthology.
To order your own copy of the anthology, go to http://www.pillhillpress.com/shoppe-dailyflashpub.html
Happy New Year! I hope everybody has an excellent 2011.