Books 8-16 in the Halloween-themed challenge.
Ben Arzate lives in Des Moines, Iowa. His poetry and fiction have appeared in various places in print and online. He is also a contributor to Adventures in SciFi Publishing and blogs at dripdropdripdropdripdrop
Books one through seven in the 31 Horror Book Challenge.
31 days, 31 horror books, and weekly discussions on every one of them.
“When I was younger, I assumed adults did things on purpose, their actions governed by logic and strategy. I knew a lot less about the world then.”
Michigan author Garret Schuelke returns with a multifaceted short story collection.
Greek author Konstantine Paradias examines the forgotten people of his country.
A look at Alex Behr's debut collection.
The genre of choice for the internet denizen has plenty of synthy delights to offer. Here are five as a starting point.
Jonathan Reiss's debut novel about an aspiring actor held back by heroin addiction.
Horror author Michael Faun's latest work is a decadent look at New York City's worst.
A look at Chicago poet Michael Sajdak's novelette.
Ann Sterzinger's first non-fiction book seeks to help people heal both body and mind.
A look at Kirsten Alene's surreal, melancholic pair of novelettes.
Daniel Falatko returns with a hipster noir for his second novel.
“We're back. Are you going to kill yourself, or do we have to do it for you?”
Ben is a poet, book reviewer, and all-round good egg.
A look at Stone's debut novel.
25 stories. No sleep.
A look at Paul W. Cohen's debut novel.
Bradley Sands's surreal novelette of family dysfunction.