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About Evan Baughfman
Evan Baughfman works in a very scary place: a middle school! (He’s a teacher.) He writes all genres, but horror is where he’s most comfortable. His horror fiction has been published in numerous anthologies, including titles from Improbable Press, 4 Horsemen Publications, No Bad Books Press, and Grinning Skull Press. Evan has penned a collection of 13 short scary stories titled THE EMACIATED MAN AND OTHER TERRIFYING TALES FROM POE MIDDLE SCHOOL, published by Thurston Howl Publications. His spooky novella, VANISHING OF THE 7TH GRADE, is now available from D&T Publishing.
Evan has also adapted a number of his short prose works into screenplays, of which "The Tell-Tale Art," “A Perfect Circle,” and “The Creaky Door” have won awards in various film festival competitions.
Additionally, much of Evan's writing success has been as a playwright. He’s had many different plays produced across the globe. His children's play, “R.O.M.3.O. and Julia” (Romeo and Juliet with robots) has been published in PLAYS Magazine. His play for young adults, “Lipstick and Heroics,” is available through YouthPLAYS, as is Evan's all-ages script, "Sprout Wants Out". In addition, his middle grade play, "Percy Pangolin Wants to Go Viral," is published by Heuer Publishing. Heuer has also published Evan's play, "A Taste of Amontillado"(an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado") and his script, "Untragically Ever After". Next Stage Press has published Evan's horror-plays-for teens, "Fear Pressure" and "The Dodo Challenge".
Online theater education resource, Drama Notebook, has added many of Evan’s children’s plays to its catalog. His plays can also be found at New Play Exchange.
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Love Edgar Allan Poe and want more? Explore new gothic stories and poems inspired by Poe in this haunting, award-nominated anthology.
Take a tour through Poe’s Baltimore home, experience “The Tell-Tale Heart” through the old man’s eyes, go corporate at Raven Corp., witness “The Fall of the House of Usher” from the perspective of a hidden Usher sibling, and much more.
Don’t miss the award-nominated stories “The Heart of Alderman Kane” by Eleanor Sciolistein and “Midnight Rider” by Melanie Cossey, 2021 nominees for Poe Baltimore’s Saturday ‘Visiter’ Awards.
Curl up with Love Letters to Poe and enjoy these haunting tales!
Somewhere in the great beyond, there’s a darkness that is full of ancient wonders and ancient realms that long to be explored. Distant planets hunger for discovery—and sometimes that hunger extends to other, darker things. Somewhere deep within these untold galaxies, these unseen worlds, are fauna and flora beyond our imagination, alien races patiently waiting to explore strange new worlds on their own, and perhaps, to make their way to Earth.
In these pages, find spaceships full of human explorers, astronauts wrestling with time, planet prisons and the creatures trapped within, deadly nanites ready to destroy anyone in their paths, and so much more. Enjoy stories from the following authors:
- Alexandra Harper
- Benjamin DeHaan
- Brianna Witte
- Christopher T. Dabrowski
- Ciaran Doran
- DJ Tyrer
- Evan Baughfman
- Fariel Shafee
- Jodie Francis
- Kevin Hopson
- Lamont A. Turner
- Luke Hodge
- Maggie D Brace
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- Rodney E Schmidt
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something to do with the arrival of their strange new 7 th grade teacher? At first, Mz. (“not
Miss, not Mrs., not Ms.”) Salem is playful and kind, but the woman becomes increasingly
sinister as her students begin to vanish on their way home from school. What does
Sophia do once she suspects that her teacher is the culprit responsible for all the missing
Originally from Raven & Drake Publishing, this re-release of New Tales of Old volume 1 comes just in time for the all-new continuation of the series from Black Ink Fiction.
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Hoffman’s Creeper by Cameron Trost
The Demon Cat by Destiny Eve Pifer
A Man Walked into A Bar And Said… by Diane Arrelle
The Last Tango by E.L. Giles
Bring Him Back by Evan Baughfman
In Muck and Mire by Galina Trefil
Silence Finds Me by J.W. Garrett
The Hunting Cabin by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
A Taste for Flesh by L.P. Hernandez
Revolutionary Hunger by Matthew M. Montelione
The Jar by McKenzie Richardson
The Harvest by Nerisha Kemraj
The Tempest on the Pier by Pedro Iniguez
New World by R.J. Meldrum
The Raven’s Revenge by Raven Corinn Carluk
Beyond the Juniper Grove by Rich Rurshell
An Eternity Together by Stephen Herczeg
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We all have a fascination for things that scare us—the thrill, the heart-stopping jump scares, the terrifying suspense. From the youngest age, we’re fascinated by the fiendish and furry, the creepiest critters, the naughty and the nasty. Horror is all around us, from the clowns who hide under our bed, to the things we might drag up from the brook at the bottom of the garden, and the zombies who crawl our streets.
As author, Megan Feehley, so beautifully says; there is beauty just before the terror…a silken breath taken before the spill of righteousness…the warmth of a licking flame preceding the scald.
So, close the drapes, check the locks, turn on all the lights and get comfortable. But don’t close your eyes…
Never close your eyes...
A lonely mortician finds a creature that might finally help him gain his revenge. A mother in mourning accomplishes the unthinkable after burying her son. A woman writes her husband concerning the strange goings on at their seaside home. A little boy must do the unthinkable to save his sister from a terrible fate.
These are but a few of the many tales Sley House has to share. Enter genre fiction’s new home with fifteen stories sure to terrorize, marvel, and astound from some of the best new authors out there.
Or why certain children must never play in the rain?
What about the witch who lives in the projects?
Do you know the real reason we no longer recognize the ancient constellation Noctua?
Or the secret history of Canada’s most tragic monster?
Did you hear about that creepy tape that cures loneliness forever?
Or the weird pet with the big eyes, gorgeous fur, long stinger, and otherworldly powers?
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An inhuman abomination hidden deep in the Mexican countryside…
A bloodthirsty spirit perpetuating the brutal horrors he committed in life…
A beautiful god with a single, horrific command…
These are just a few of THE MONSTERS WE FORGOT.
Comprising the first three volumes of the bestselling MONSTERS horror anthology series, THE MONSTERS WE FORGOT trilogy is a chilling collection of over 100 folklore-inspired horror stories by an international team of authors ranging from award-winners and bestsellers to visionary newcomers. These stories draw inspiration from the folklore traditions of countries including Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, Ireland, Wales, England, Norway, Nigeria, Greece, Poland, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Canada, and the United States, the tales in this three-part collection range from original folktales and chilling myths to information-age monsters and modern urban legends, and everything in between.
Within the 128,083 words of Part I, you’ll find a treasure trove of myths, legends, folktales, urban legends, historical accounts, and stories about horrors, both ancient and modern, that have been hidden, ignored, or forgotten entirely.
Turn on the lights, check the locks, and settle in. You’re about to remember THE MONSTERS WE FORGOT.
Everyone knows the big names of summer horror and their stories. But what about the maintenance man who doesn’t like his rooftop encroached upon? Terror at summer concerts? Tentacles...lots of tentacles.
Rules for Summer fun:
- Wade into the ocean, lake or river with care this season...you don’t know what’s lurking beneath.
- Don’t get too ensnared by your noise-canceling headphones--you don’t know who may sneak up on you.
- Mind the jellyfish.
- Never, and I mean NEVER, put all your trust in your phone’s GPS.
- Question your neighbor's culinary treats, especially if they've just lost a loved one.
Get more tips on what not to do within the pages of Summer Terrors. Stories in 100 word format from authors all over the world from Black Ink Fiction.
What miracles can one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?
If you’ve only ever exposed to mainstream superheroes and supervillains, or this is your first foray into fantasy cape-wearers, you’re bound to love these authors’ takes on the genre—adventure, horror, and wonder fiction in five hundred words.
Meet Votex, the villain—she rips people apart with her bare hands but is always the loving partner. Or Whitefire who melts all that surrounds with a ball of white-hot fire. And Charlie, the unlikely hero with crimson eyes, creating napalm skies.
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Devil You Know by Alex Minns
Crimson Eyes by Brandi Hicks
Napalm Skies by Brandi Hicks
Nightmare by C. Marry Hultman
Platinum Star by C.A. Goodwin
Hero Or Villain by Callum Pearce
Mad Cat by Callum Pearce
Wings of Vengeance by Charlotte Langtree
My Life as a Superhero by Chris Bannor
Tira’s Tears by Chris Hewitt
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The Rise Of A Super Villain by David Green
Retribution by Eric Butler
Earworm by Evan Baughfman
Roland by Gemma Paul
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Eulogy for Bloodsplatt by Joachim Heijndermans
The Guardian by Jodi Jensen
Whitefire Begins by Karen Bayly
Red Lightning’s Wrath by Luis Manuel Torres
The Mechanical Raptor by Lynne Phillips
Emerald by Patrick Winters
Marc Merodach by S.N. Graves
Captivated by S.O. Green
Dark by S.O. Green
Once upon a time, there lived a Big, Bad Wolf. He blew down the houses of swine; stole from little girls visiting their grandmothers; led others on a journey to their destinations. Maybe the wolf wasn’t so big or bad. Maybe the canine saved the damsel from an abusive relationship or protected the lands from those that would destroy it.
Find twisted fairy tales centered around the majestic creature in New Tales of Old Volume 2, featuring over 45 indie authors from all over the globe to give their own spin on what really went down with the Big, Bad Wolves.