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About S.E. Casey
Published in many magazines and anthologies, his online stories, author information, writing blog posts, and links to his stories can be found at www.secaseyauthor.wordpress.com.
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do you hear what I hear
Shrieking through the night, father dear,
And do you see what I see
A cry, a scream, blood coloring the snow
And a laugh as evil as sin
And a laugh as evil as sin
Well, folks, looks like we're back in Deathlehem, where…
…Santa's gift turns a mindless horde of bargain-hungry shoppers
into…well… a horde of hungry shoppers…
…defective toys aren't just dangerous; they're deadly…
…holiday ornaments prove to be absolutely captivating—permanently…
…those ugly Christmas sweaters are to die for…
Twenty-five more tales of holiday horror to benefit
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
From the time we are young, we fear the monster under the bed or in the closet, making it impossible to sleep without a nightlight. Then, we hear stories of Bigfoot, and maybe even the Mothman around campfires. When we are adults, we wonder if there might actually be supernatural creatures lurking in the shadows. Are these tall tales and urban legends only metaphors for what horrific things humanity is capable of—or do monsters exist?
Go to some terrifying places with this cast of authors. You will be dragged into mystifying realities where demonic fairies hide, where devil monkeys lure carnival-goers to their demise, where Goatmen seek to destroy their prey, and where the goddess of death puts out a hit on victims of her choice. These shocking tales will have you biting your nails and locating that childhood nightlight. Because, in the end, we all know monsters do exist.
- Evan Dicken, "Every House a Home"
No one understands strange places like people who have been there. Mad Scientist Journal has brought together twenty-two tales of people who have visited places both beautiful and horrifying. Some places heal, some places destroy, some places just want to see the world. Haunted houses share a neighborhood in these pages with dimensional rifts, hidden skyscrapers, and abandoned spacecraft.
Included in this collection are stories from Ali Abbas, Nyri Bakkalian, S. E. Casey, Julian Dexter, Evan Dicken, Carolyn A. Drake, Dorian Graves, Diana Hauer, Georgie Hinojosa, Michael M. Jones, Gwendolyn Kiste, M. Lopes da Silva, Christine Lucas, Audrey Mack, Lyndsie Manusos, Alanna McFall, Alexander Nachaj, Timothy Nakayama, Betty Rocksteady, Ian M. Smith, Kathryn Yelinek, and E. R. Zhang. Includes art by Ray McCaughey, Kristen Nyht, Scarlett O'Hairdye, and Luke Spooner.
Explosive writing from the third year of quarterly contests at the The Molotov Cocktail lit zine. This anthology features 50 pieces: 40 bite-sized works of flash fiction under the themes of Fear, Doom, Rage, and Worlds, and 10 dark and offbeat poems. An international project, this anthology includes from writers hailing from the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada, Denmark, Israel, Japan, Scotland, and Sweden.
All told, Prize Winners Anthology Vol. 2 features work by Bill Adler Jr., Gregory Ariail S.K. Azoulay, Lindsey Baker, John Barrale, Matilda Berke, Michael Carter, S.E. Casey, Rachel Cassidy, Christina Dalcher, Celia Daniels, Nicholas De Genova, Dan Diehn, Susan Adler George, Mori Glaser, Jessica Granger, Lazarus Gray, Philip Webb Gregg, Wiebo Grobler, Timothy Gustafson, James Guthrie, GJ Hart, Aaron Housholder, Paddy Kelly, Erin Kirsh, Jennifer Lynn Krohn, Emily Livingstone, Lisa Mecham, Premee Mohamed, Christopher P. Mooney, Sam Morris, Sherry Morris, Fred Nolan, Voima Oy, Laura Potts, Nicolas Poynter, Phill Provance, Aeryn Rudel, Chloe Seim, Nicholas Siegel, Caroline Smith, Christopher Stanley, Michael Tanner, and Nikolaj Volgushev.