Edited by Rebecca Rowland


Includes my short story, "Flesh Communion" 

Those who do not learn from history are doomed to (rep)eat it.

A mother and daughter negotiate the Oregon Trail with grisly results; an elementary teacher watches the carnage of The Challenger explosion spill over into her own classroom. A possible prospector traveling west is drawn to an isolated inn where no one walks away hungry; a 1950s housewife shares the gruesome repertoire of behavior expected of a proper lady. Prohibition and women’s suffrage, the Civil War and the Vietnam War, the JFK assassination conspiracy and the Y2K hysteria: the annals of American history are reimagined with a side order of cannibalism by twenty of the biggest names writing horror fiction today.

Forget what you read in the textbooks.
Everything you were taught about the Land of Liberty is about to be history.

Edited by Red Lagoe

Includes my short story, "Star of San Luis" 

The very dust of the stars' explosive pasts traveled lightyears across the unknown, and now that dust pulses through our veins, drawing our eyes up, back to our origins. Since the dawn of humanity, the stars have called for us to gaze upon their brilliance, and we sit around campfires and make up tales of their histories. Tales which are often fraught with horror.

Ranging from psychological to apocalyptic, sci-fi to bizarre, quiet to gruesome and all the horrors in between, these 28 dark stories and poems explore our awe-inspiring-and terrifying-human connection to the stars. Take a look through the eyepiece and into an astronomer's failing mind. Observe an obsessed lover who can't get enough of the celestial view. Board a space station as the last remaining people debate whether humanity is worth saving. And ask yourself... What will you do when the sky begins to devour us all?



Includes my short story, "The Finest French Lace" and the Poem, "Trash Bags" 

The 59th issue of The Sirens Call is a massive 287 pages containing 223 pieces of dark fiction and horror in the form of short stories, flash fiction, micro fiction, and dark poetry!

This issue spotlights Robert Bravo, Enter 'Bravo FX':A Unique Preservation of Practical Horror and Gore in Mike Lera's Corridor of Horror. Our featured artist is Tero Porthan who has shared 12 pieces of his artwork (including the cover art for this issue) and an essay titled, 'Finnish Gods, Creatures, and the Dead'. Our featured project is the on-going Horror Anthology Audio Drama - Victoria's Lift. And our showcase author, Andrew P. Weston discusses Keeping Things Real, and also offers us a peek into his Cambion Journals saga with an excerpt from book three, The Siren's Song.

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Edited by Andrew Cull & Gabino Iglesias

Includes my short story, "Two Months Too Long"

Between April and August 2021 eighteen horror writers disappeared. Gathered together for the first time, these are the stories they were writing at the time of their disappearances.

Reader caution is advised. Advance readers of this anthology have reported nausea, feelings of anxiety, paranoia and hallucinations after reading the texts included.

Stories by: Holly Rae Garcia, Jeremy Hepler, Bev Vincent, Ally Wilkes, Clay McLeod Chapman, Nick Kolakowski, Tim McGregor, Alan Baxter, Angela Sylvaine, Josh Rountree, Georgia Cook, Ali Seay, Donna Lynch, Kurt Fawver, Robert Levy, Joe Butler, Fred Fischer IV, Aristo Couvaras.


Edited by Rebecca Rowland & Elaine Pascale

Includes my short story, "Blood of the Rougarou"

With her hauntingly beautiful reimagining of archetypal monsters from classic horror, Anne Rice was the undisputed queen of contemporary gothic literature. Her contribution to the movement first established by Shelley, Stoker, and Stevenson revitalized and continues to inspire dark fiction writers and readers. Dancing in the Shadows pays tribute to Rice’s legacy with tales from today’s most innovative authors, drawing from the darkness where vampires and witches, mummies and rougarous, spirits and demons move to the music of nightmares. 

Stories by C. W. Blackwell, Anthony S. Buoni, Holley Cornetto, Stephanie Ellis, Douglas Ford, Lee Andrew Forman, Holly Rae Garcia, KC Grifant, Greg Herren, Christine Lajewski, Tim Mendees, Scotty Milder, Kristi Petersen Schoonover, E. F. Schraeder, Angela Yuriko Smith, Morgan Sylvia, Lamont A. Turner, Gordon B. White, and Trish Wilson; Foreword by Lisa Kroger

All proceeds from the sale of Dancing in the Shadows benefit Animal Rescue New Orleans.


PONTOON (Volume 1, Spring 2022)
Edited by Alan Good

Includes my short story, "Step Right Up"

Presenting volume 1 of Pontoon, a literary journal featuring fiction and poetry. This issue includes short stories by Alina Stefanescu, Craig Rodgers, Mary Gulino, Meagan Arthur, Holly Rae Garcia, Max Hipp, Austin Ross, Roy Christopher, Maz Do, and Mark Mills, as well as poetry from Leigh Chadwick and Tiffany Belieu and an interview with M.M. Carrigan, editor of Taco Bell Quarterly.

Edited by Janine Pipe & Jill Girardi

Includes my short story, "How to Pose the Dead"

Kandisha Press proudly presents SLASH-HER. 21 women from across the world come together to explore the slasher sub-genre. Some embrace the tropes, some rip them to shreds. These powerful tales are provocative, contemporary and need to be told. Featuring own voices, you will discover the pen is mightier than the machete.
Serial killers, revenge, lust and even the supernatural are just some of the elements in SLASH-HER. These stories are strong. They are bloody and they pack a punch.

Are you ready?

Stories by: Sarah Budd, Somer Cannon, Holly Rae Garcia, Laurel Hightower, Sarah Jane Huntington, R.J. Joseph, Kenzie Jennings, Vivian Kasley, Mai Kil, Red Lagoe, Julia C. Lewis, Anne M. Marble, Villimey Mist, Briana Morgan, Christine Morgan, Haley Newlin, Cynthia Pelayo, Mocha Pennington, Stephanie Rabig, Ali Seay, Rachel Ward.

Edited by Rebecca Rowland

Includes my short story, "How to Pose the Dead"

In a unique anthology of monster, folk, paranormal, and psychological horror as glimpsed through the lens of the latchkey generation, twenty-two voices shine a strobe light on the cultural demons that lurked in the background while they came of age in the heyday of Satanic panic and slasher flicks, milk carton missing and music television, video rentals and riot grrrls.

These Gen-X storytellers once stayed out unsupervised until the streetlights came on, and what they brought home with them will terrify you.

Stories by: Kevin David Anderson, Glynn Owen Barrass, Matthew Barron, C.D. Brown, Matthew Chabin, L.E. Daniels, C.O. Davidson, Douglas Ford, Phil Ford, Holly Rae Garcia, Dale W. Glaser, Tim Jeffreys, Derek Austin Johnson, Eldon Litchfield, Adrien Ludens, Elaine Pascale, Erica Ruppert, Kristi Peterson Schoonover, Rob Smales, Mark Towse, Thomas Vaughn, Thomas K.S. Wake