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About G.G. Silverman
G.G. Silverman is an award-winning author of speculative and literary short fiction and poetry who lives just north of Seattle. Her short fiction has appeared in the Bram Stoker Award-nominated Women in Horror anthology "Not All Monsters" from StrangeHouse Books, and was a finalist for the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund Award for feminist writing, among other honors.
Her work has also appeared in Cemetery Gates Media’s "A Woman Built by Man," Psychopomp, Speculative City, Corvid Queen, So To Speak, The Iron Horse Literary Review, ellipsis, The Seventh Wave, Molotov Cocktail, and more. Her short story, “I’m sorry, I tried, I love you,” was optioned by writer/director Goldie Jones for short film adaptation, and will have its world premiere in Hollywood at the DWF:LA Film Festival in June of 2022. Also in 2022, two of her short works appeared in anthologies listed on Tor Nightfire’s "All the Horror Books We’re Excited About in 2022."
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STORIES BY: Joanna Roye, G.G. Silverman, Stacey Bell, Amy Easton, K.P. Kulski, S.M. Ketcham, E.E. Florence, Briana McGuckin, Annie Neugebauer, Kayleigh Barber, Sam Fleming, Hailey Piper, J.H. Moncrieff, Jessica McHugh, Jennifer Loring, Joanna Koch, Angela Sylvaine, J.C. Raye, Christa Carmen, Juliana Spink Mills, Leslie Wibberley
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The reading public was surprised how well it worked. I was not. Why? Because there is some seriously good talent in the genre. Talent that could pull off what most would have normally considered an impossible feat.
And here we are again. This time around we have some new writers, a new setting, a new premise (building slightly from the first), but the same idea...a collection of talent setting out to illustrate not only the power of “story”, but the power of the writer’s voice.
I hope you enjoy the second edition of Middletown Apocalypse.
1. 12. 11. Do the math. It all works out to rock and roll; zombie style.
Killing feelings in the middle of December,
Strangers meet, one unwillingly surrenders,
Oh, what a Christmas to dismember …
Welcome back to Deathlehem … again!
… where a mutated Christmas has a taste for human flesh …
… where a trio of trespassers are terrorized at an abandoned holiday-themed tourist attraction …
… where elves thrive on the torment delivered to others …
… where holiday shopping drives people to commit extreme acts of violence …
… and many more!
Twenty-three more tales of holiday horror to benefit
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
Contributing authors include:
Hunter Nedland, Lizz Shepherd, Rei Rosenquist, Kate Kelly, Barry McConatha, Evan Dicken, Robert Madison, Lee French, Jon Gauthier, Heather Steadham, Gareth Gray, Emily Devenport, Samantha Bister, Sanet Schoeman, Madison Keller, Elizabeth Hosang, Tabatha Stirling, Ken Green, Eddie Newton, Madison Estes, E.J. Shumak, James Van Pelt, Aspen Hougen, Julie Frost, Stephanie Losi, David Hoenig, Michael Sano, Joachim Heijndermans, John Sanders, John Carlo, Samuel Van Pelt, G.G. Silverman, Matthew Rotundo, Katherine Fox, Dale McMurray, Eric Blair, Matthew Timmins, Jack Bates, and Kevin Stadt
Contains work by Colin Rowe, Cassandra A. Clarke, Manuel Royal, Aeryn Rudel, Shawn Campbell, MB Vigil, Colton Adrian, Rhett Davis, Chris Milam, Sherry Morris, Shane Page, Robin Jeffrey, R.A. Roth, G.G. Silverman, Jan Kaneen, Leanne Radojkovich, Premee Mohamed, Seth Augenstein, James R. Gapinski, Henry Whittier-Ferguson, Melissa Monks, Emily Livingstone, Joshua Patterson, Rich Larson, Warren Buchanan, Charles Scott, Allison Spector, Amanda Chiado, Christopher P. Mooney, B.T. Schweitzer, Sara Ryan, Frances Klein, Elizabeth Vignali, Hannah Craig, John Gosslee, Forrest DePoy, F.E. Clark, Fiona Smith, Fred Senese, Christopher Stanley, Gabriel Thibodeau, Robyn Ryle, and Shane Gannaway.
In this volume, seventeen authors address this question. Their answers are sexy, funny, sweet and sometimes chilling. Read on for an exploration of the boundaries of our human experience, and a look at the possibilities inherent in artificial consciousness.
Raymond falls in love with a robot courtesan... but will loving him back destroy her programming forever?
A grieving father buys a robotic love doll to take home to his family... but is there more to his motivations than loneliness?
How can Frank move past his robot wife's affair with his PDA?
The answers to these questions, and many more, lie inside.