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About Gerri R Gray
Born and raised in the Chicago area, Gerri R. Gray is a novelist, short story writer, and a lifelong aficionado of horror, dark humor, and all things bizarre. Her debut novel, The Amnesia Girl, was published by HellBound Books in October of 2017, followed by Gray Skies of Dismal Dreams (a collection of dark poetry and prose), The Graveyard Girls (an all-women anthology of horror), Blood & Blasphemy, and The Strange Adventures of Turquoise Moonwolf. Her writing has appeared in numerous anthologies and literary journals.
Writing under the pen name, Gerina Dunwich, she is also the author of over two dozen books on Wicca, the paranormal, and the occult. Her articles, poetry and interviews have appeared in numerous publications, including Playgirl, American Woman, Moving Words, and Llewellyn's calendars and datebooks.
Gerri currently lives in Upstate New York in an historic nineteenth-century house with her husband and a bevy of spirits. When she isn’t busy creating strange worlds filled with even stranger characters, she can often be found rummaging through antique shops, exploring haunted houses, or traipsing through old cemeteries with her camera.
For more information, please visit Gerri's website at: http://gerrigray.webs.com/
Follow her on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorGerriGray/
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An absolute must-read for all who enjoy their horror with gallons of blood, lashings of guts, and dollops of severed body parts!Madame Gray has personally selected a plethora of blood-soaked tales of terror and gruesome demise, each one brutally crafted to chill the soul and turn the stomach of even the most hardened fans of the macabre.
Prepare to have your senses assaulted by...
Frederick Pangbourne, R. L. Meza, Drew Nicks, Gerri R. Gray, Travis Mushanski, Tylor James, Stephen McQuiggan, Jon Douglas Rainey, Max Carrey, Carlton Herzog, Eamonn Murphy, Alexander Nachaj, John Mara, J Louis Messina, John Robinson, James Harper, B.M. Tolkovsky, Bryan Miller, Jason Krawczyk, Cecily Winter, David-Jack Fletcher, Matt Martinek, Edward Ahern, Dr. Chris McAuley, Shannon Lawrence, Bryan Holm, and Michael Highgrove
Blood and Blasphemy is a collection of over thirty of the most sacrilegious horror stories ever written. Within these irreverent pages, you will encounter a priest that keeps his deformed spawn chained in a root cellar, a convent where a poisonous species of salamander is worshiped, a demonic altar boy, possessed religious relics that kill, blood-drinking clergymen, a Son of God who feeds on sin, an unsuspecting couple who run afoul of religious lunatics in a small town, the divine (and deadly) turd of Christ, and other terrifying tales guaranteed to make church ladies faint and nuns clutch their rosaries.
Featuring stories by: Aron Beauregard, George Alan Bradley, Cardigan Broadmoor, Scot M. Carpenter, Myna Chang, Clay McLeod Chapman, Nick Dinicola, Jude M. Eriksen, Michael Martin Garrett, Gerri R. Gray, Christopher Hamel, Carlton Herzog, B.T. Joy, A.L. King, Daryl Marcus, Jeremy Megargee, Donna J.W. Munro, Hari Navarro, Trevor Newton, Drew Nicks, C.C. Parker, Wolfgang Potterhouse, J.L. Shioshita, J.J. Smith, Henry Snider, J.B. Toner, Sheldon Woodbury, and Shawn Wood.
In this world, it takes between 2,500 and 4,000 reading words to pay a visit to the smallest, but terrifyingly necessary, room, and stories are written precisely to chill the bones as you wait for nature to make its call. You open up the book, and one of the 32 tales skulking within its hellish pages chooses you...
It's too late to turn back now. You are about to set foot into another dimension, so best watch out for that signpost up ahead. You've just crossed over into... The Toilet Zone: Number Two
Featuring stories by:* Jay Baird * Matt Bliss * Sarah Cannavo * Matthew A. Clarke * Josh Darling * Hayden Gilbert * Ken Goldman * Gerri R. Gray * Jameson Grey * Chisto Healy * Carlton Herzog * Barbara Jacobson * Vivian Kasley * Joanna Koch * John Kojak * Matt Martinek * Tim Mendees * J Louis Messina * Henry Myllyla * Drew Nicks * Joe Palumbo * Frederick Pangbourne * Wolfgang Potterhouse * David Rose * Rob Santana * Pamela Scott * J.B. Toner * J. Tonzelli * Mark Towse * Thomas K.S. Wake
These tales of terror are guaranteed to chill your very soul and awaken you in the dead of the night with fear-sweat clinging to your every pore and your heart pounding hard and heavy in your labored breast…
Featuring stories from: Xtina Marie, MW Brown, Rebecca Kolodziej, Anya Lee, Barbara Jacobson, Gerri R Gray, Christina Bergling,
Julia Benally, Olga Werby, Kelly Glover, Lee Franklin,
Linda M. Crate, Vanessa Hawkins, P. Alanna Roethle, J. Snow, Evelyn Eve, Serena Daniels, S.E. Davis, Sam Hill, J.C. Raye,
Donna J.W. Munro, R.J. Murray, C. Bailey-Bacchus, Varonica Chaney and Marian Finch.
Our second journey into the darkest recesses of Satan's pit has superlative tales of nefarious delight by: Andrew MacKay, Ryan Woods, PC3, Richard Raven, Dante Crossroad, Josh Schlossberg, Brianna M. Fenty, Paul Lubaczewski, Marcus Mattern, R.L. Chambers, Gerri R Gray, John T. M. Herres, James Nichols, Feind Gottes, P. Mattern & Lynne Ligocki Gauthier, R.L.Chambers, Richard Alan Long, Jaap Boekestein, James H, Longmore, Savannah Morgan, DJ Shaw, Bill Evans, Sergio "ente per ente" Palumbo, Jay Michael Wright II, and the incomparable Stephanie Kelley,
Volume 3, Issue 1 Authors & Titles:
Frank Roger, Hotel Maldoror (short story)
Geena Papini, Darker Things Than Shadows (short story)
Gerri R. Gray, Reindeer Games (short story)
Frank Diamond, Joey Crackers (short story)
Richard Risemberg, The Unburdening (short story)
Jacob Klein, A Formula for Intimacy (short story)
Josiah Olson, The Melting Winds (short story)
Harry Kidd, Anne Sexton Carves a Pumpkin (short story)
Edward Ahern, The Visitor (short story)
Joshua Robinson, Blessing in a Bun (short story)
Joseph Pete, Deadline (short story)
Daniel Gonk, Truth be Told (short story)
Mary Eliza Crane, The Botanist Poet & other poems
RC de Winter, ghost dinner & other poems
William Doreski, Whatever Depth Applies & other poems
J. J. Steinfeld, A New Word for Madness & other poems
John Grey, How I Interact & other poems
Kim Welliver, in which the prince regrets (poem)