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About Wesley D. Gray
Wesley D. Gray is a writer of things mostly strange. He is an Active member of the Horror Writers Association, a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association, an author of fiction, and a poet. His first two books include Come Fly with Death: Poems Inspired by the Artwork of Zdzislaw Beksinski, and the horror novel, Feeding Lazarus (originally published as Rafe Grayson).
When he isn’t working, Wesley enjoys geek status while claiming to be: a tabletop gamer, a reader, a dreamer, a veteran, a Trekkie, a Whovian, an amateur photographer, a radiographer, nature-lover, coffeeholic, boxed wine enthusiast, and an all-around nice guy, among other things. He resides in Florida with his wife and two children.
Discover more at the author's website: WesDGray.com
Also connect via:
* Blog: Marrowroot.com
* Twitter: @wesdgray
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This collection of twisted tales have been spun for the sole intent of making you shiver and see things moving out of the corner of your eye. Can you make it to the end?
Authors include Wesley Dylan Gray, Christine Morgan, Wednesday Lee Friday, Grady G. Pulley, Jaime Johnesee, Shenoa Carroll-Bradd, T Fox Dunham, James Greer, David James Keaton, Heather Roulo, Heidi Mannan, Anthony Cowin, Chris Bauer, and Chad P. Brown
THE BEST OF THE HORROR ZINE: THE EARLY YEARS contains fiction from such renowned masters of the macabre as Bentley Little, Joe R. Lansdale, Elizabeth Massie, Scott Nicholson, Joe McKinney, Susie Moloney, Scott Nicholson, Jeff Strand, Simon Clark, Taylor Grant and Eric J. Guignard. This book also contains the very best of emerging writers, poets, and artists from the award-winning, long-running ezine: The Horror Zine. .
37 stories and poems brought together in this anthology of the aberrant.
Venture into the darkness. Venture into the depths.
Welcome to ... FOSSIL LAKE
The Fall 2016 issue features Malcolm Laughton, Gary Power, Jim Mountfield, Kristen Houghton, Jack Halliday, Steve Toase, Shawn P. Madison, Shannon M. Metcalf, James Kidd, Julio X. Palomino, Serena Johe, Timothy Wilkie, Scott Urban, Christopher Hivner, Ron Larson, Milenko Županović, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Denny E. Marshall, Claire T. Feild, Linda M. Crate, D.L. Dioses, Robert Beveridge, Wesley D. Gray, Jean Jones, Tausha Johnson, Anton Cancre, Jeremy Thompson, Ryan Griffin, R9A, Raol Imbert, Yi Jong, Hilary Greenwald, Katy Grierson, Amanda Bergloff, Garrett Ley, Emphraim Brown, and Riaan Marias
April 2016 issue’s cover art is based on a collaborative feature, giving us a new appreciation of courtroom horrors. You will also find vampires, demons, and even a reaper to keep you company on those chilling evenings when you need a good scare.
In this issue:
“Death Rise” by Cyn Bermudez
“From Corn to Sea” by Wesley D. Gray
“Shuffles the Chik Chik Sprite” by Jeremy Mac
“Altar of Wood” by Terry Miller
“Disorder in the Court” by Chance Barton & Cordelia Vandenburg
“A Song of Crickets” by Simon McHardy
“Mind the Gap” by Ronald Hayes
“Another Shitty Day in the Apocalypse” by John Teel
“Nocturne” by Richard Mark Ankers
“Plight of the Valkyrie” by Daniel Soule
“Dogman” by Calvin Demmer
“Tethers” by Kane Gordon
“Deadland” by TS Alan