Author’s Six Tales Re-Released as E-book

Author John Grover announces the re-release of Terror in Small Doses, which was originally released by Nocturne press. The chapbook contains six tales of horror and the supernatural. It is available for the first time as an e-book on Amazon ( The price is .99 cents.

The new cover was done by artist Kirk Alberts, who produced the original cover.

For a Limited Time, New Novella Comes with a Discount and a Free Chapbook

Author Kurt Newton’s new novella, The Brainpan Concerto, became available for preorder last weekend on the Sideshow Press website,


Product description:  He stalks..
When a young woman is found with part of her skull removed and  electrodes jutting from her exposed brain, it soon becomes      apparent that a serial killer is stalking the quiet corner of  Connecticut.

He kills…

His victims appear to be random, but behind his grisly M.O. is a  cold, calculating, and artistic purpose as the killer seeks to create a symphony of pure human suffering.

He can’t stop…

It’s up to a pair of local detectives to uncover this fiend’s  dentity and silence his BRAINPAN CONCERTO.

Limited Hardcover Edition
Case-bound hardcover with graphic cover
5 x 8″
145 pages
Signed, numbered, and limited to no more than 70 copies

For a limited time, everyone who preorders The Brainpan Concerto before Sept. 5 will get $5.00 off  the retail price of $30.00 AND receive a free chapbook of an unpublished story of Newton’s called “Dead Dogs.”

Newton will be appearing at the Hebron Harvest Fair from Sept. 8 through the 11. He will be selling and signing his book, Breaking Eggs and two poetry collections, The Ultimate perVERSEities and Life Among the Dream Merchants.

Author’s Short Story in New Anthology

Author Kevin Lewis’ short story, “The Floodings,” appears in Creature Feature: A Monster anthology, whcih is now available as an e-book through Amazon ( The print edition is coming soon.

The anthology is published by Open Casket Press and contains stories about giant squirrels, massive zombies, killer trees and marauding severed heads, which are just a few of the twisted tales of creatures inside this collection.

Author’s New Short Story Available on Amazon

Nightfall Publications’ anthology From Shadows and Nightmares featuring Longo’s short story, “Wedding Day Blues,” is now available for purchase on at the following link:

Longo will be appearing at the New England Horror Writers’ booth at the Hebron Harvest Fair ( with other NEHW authors from Sept. 8 through 11.

A Write-up of the Enfield Zombie Walk: Pictures and Videos too.

Read author Kristi Petersen Schoonover’s write-up of the Enfield Zombie Walk and the NEHW representation at the walk. She has pictures and a few videos from the walk on her website,

Thank you Kristi for writing about the event and posting pictures and videos from it.

NEHW at Rock And Shock 2011

The NEHW annual appearance at Rock and Shock ( in Worcester is all set for October 14-16. Any members wishing to attend will be asked to sign-up for a minimum two-hour block to man the booth. Members will receive a free ticket to the event for the day they are scheduled to appear. The hours of the show are Friday 4-10, Saturday. 11-8,  and Sunday 11-6. Please contact T.J.May ( with the times you are available by August 31 so he can get the scheduling ball rolling.

Fangoria is setting up all the panels this year and he is working with them to create some writing panels. If you have any topic suggestions, interest in moderating a panel or being a panelist please let May know by August 26. Send all inquires to

Author’s New Book Now Available

Author Daniel G. Keohane’s new novel, Margaret’s Ark, is now available everywhere. Here is the Amazon link, For more information about Keohane and his books, visit his website,

Here is a description of Margaret’s Ark from Amazon, “On April ninth, thousands of people wake from the same dream, visits from angels instructing them to build a biblical ark in their front yard, or the town square or little league field. Anywhere, to prepare for the worst natural disaster to strike the world since the days of Noah. A widowed California high school teacher risks everything to build a boat in the sixty days she is given. A homeless and self-proclaimed prophet of God preaches across Boston’s waterfront, unaware that he is not alone in his visions. A young priest is torn between the signs around him and the skepticism of his Church. In the end, only thirty people may board each boat. As the world slowly comes to grips with events unfolding around them, they must weigh their own faith in the exceptional and identical visions of so many people. The skies are clear, without a hint of rain. But if the dreams are true, something terrible is looming on the horizon.”

Keohane’s debut novel, Solomon’s Grave, was a finalist for the 2009 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a First Novel. His short stories have been published in a variety of magazines including Cemetery Dance and Shroud Magazine. Many have received Honorable Mention in the Year’s Best Horror anthologies. He’s an active member of the Horror Writers Association and founding member of the New England Horror Writers.

More Pictures from the Enfield Zombie Walk

Here are some Facebook links to see pictures from the Enfield Zombie Walk. These links come from myself and other NEHW members.!/media/set/?set=a.2076766552823.115925.1054758035&type=1

Thank you to Author Kristi Petersen Schoonover and Nathan Drake Schoonover (a future NEHW member) for taking pictures at the Enfield Zombie Walk.