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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 various titles from Black Hare Press and Blood Song Books. 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.
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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Welcome back to Deathlehem, where…
…the holiday décor has a voracious appetite…
…your past can—and will—come back to haunt you…
…a one-night stand leads to an unexpected climax…
…a son brings home more than nightmares from his tour of duty…
…and many more!
Twenty-four more tales of holiday horrors to benefit
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
From more than 50 international authors, these wintery drabbles have been crafted to remind you that before you can have the rebirth of spring, first there must be death.
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.
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...
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Love Always, Vera by A.R. Dean
Just One Bottle by Amber M. Simpson
Blood Talkies by Andrea Allison
Body Parts by Andrew Kurtz
The Cost of Diamonds by Catherine Kenwell
Death Was Her Voice by Chris Bannor
The Sacrifice by D.J. Elton
Leahy Castle by D.J. Tyrer
Nosferatu by D.M. Burdett
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The Devil's Own by Emma K. Leadley
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A Flood Bigger Than The Ritz by Jack Lothian
Taxi Dancer by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
Bath Tub Gin by Jim Bates
A Dry Run by John H. Dromey
An Odd Song by Joshua Gessner
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A Lad Named Jack by Kevin J. Kennedy
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Colp’s sixth collection, Solitude, contains fifteen stories, each of which provides a portrayal of what it is like to be alone; whether that be through the eyes of an old man wandering the halls of a retirement community late at night, the actions of a soldier traumatised by war or the thoughts of a young lady who truly feels that she has no one.
A Little Bit of Nonsense contains exactly that: a handful of short stories that are otherwise to obscure and too nonsensical to find a home anywhere else. Enjoy.
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.
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?
A demonic wolf that hunts its quarry to the ends of the earth…
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.
What miracles can one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?