A Brief Chat With the Authors of Shadow Atlas: Lee Murray

Visit Lee online at https://www.leemurray.info/. Hillary: What is the most magical/terrifying place you’ve visited?  Lee: I’ve been lucky enough to have lived in New Zealand, England, France, and the United States, and I’ve done a lot of travelling, so I’ve had the opportunity to visit some absolutely wonderful sites, both magical and terrifying. A few favourites…  New Zealand’s Lake Tarawera,... Continue Reading →

Old Blog Posts Just for Fun

Years ago, I launched my first blog, The Horror Librarian, dedicated to the world of horror fiction. I mostly interviewed authors on my site and there is still a lot of good stuff there. Authors and editors I interviewed included: Kevin Lucia, Alec Shane, Paul Tremblay, William Gorman, Livia Llewellyn, Carmen Maria Machado, Josh Malerman... Continue Reading →

Shadow Atlas

Here it is! My exciting new project with Hex Publishers and co-editors, Carina Bissett and Joshua Viola! Fully illustrated by the mega-talented Aaron Lovett, and bursting at the seams with some serious dark talent, Shadow Atlas is going to be a truly beautiful book! AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER NOW Ancient peoples knew there were lands given... Continue Reading →

ABC’s of Terror Volume 3

A painting that watches you as you walk by. A doll that isn’t quite the way you left it. A music box that continues to play a haunting tune. Inside these pages are 26 stories, from A-Z, about the things that people left behind. Or maybe they left a little piece of themselves behind, as... Continue Reading →

StokerCon 2021 Souvenir Anthology

This beauteeeeful Souvenir Anthology was put together by the talented team at Hex Publishers for the 2020 StokerCon event. So honored to be a part of it! Limited Release: Book Only Available to StokerCon™ 2021 Attendees. Visit the StokerCon™ 2021 for more information. You're about to discover a state of horror and suspense, where ancient evils... Continue Reading →

The Toilet Zone

My story, "The Foreign Film Saved My Life" is a nasty little zombie story with a peculiar sense of humor. Compiled and edited by the grand master of 80's schlock horror, Bret McCormick, each one of this collection of 32 terrifying tales is just the perfect length for a visit to the smallest room.... At... Continue Reading →

My Museum

As an art lover, I dream of owning original Kahlos, Boschs, Carringtons, and Varos. Alas, I am but a librarian author so it's doubtful that will ever come to pass. And so to feed my artful addiction, I collect books, objets, and prints. And online, I curate my favorite bits into a Pinterest board entitled... Continue Reading →

New Year, New Plan

It’s here once again – that time of year when we reflect on what we’ve done this past year and think about what we want to do the following. Some people write down New Years Resolutions. Others clean and simplify. And yet others plan. This year I’m doing a combination of all three. Although our... Continue Reading →

“Indiscretions”

My first pro sale ya'll! Super psyched to have my story in Pseudopod this month! Pseudopod 545: Indiscretions is narrated by the talented Christiana Ellis. Click on the link above to read or listen to the story. Fun fact: I wrote this story while attending Richard Thomas' Short Story Mechanics workshop with Litreactor. Richard's workshops... Continue Reading →

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