by W.D. Gagliani
More info here.
by David Benton and W.D. Gagliani
Published in Dark Passions: Hot Blood XIII
edited by Michael Garrett and Jeff Gelb
(due in October 2007)
Great Belzoni and the Gait of Anubis," Amazon
Karnival Halloween Horror
Available in print from lulu.com.
My story "Carried on the Wind" appears among great
work by the likes of Rick Hautala, Graham Masterson, James
A. Moore, James Newman, Robert Walker, Craig Phillips, J.G.
Faherty, Jenny Schwartz, Stephen Wilson, Darren Franz, Michael
West, Richard Pitaniello, Tim Clifton, Keith Gouveia, Jen
Galasso, and many, many more.
author in Wicked Karnival #3, which can be read
or as a FREE pdf
download. It is also available in print from lulu.com.
Included from yours truly are the short story "Lead Me
into Temptation" (from Shadowplays and an Honorable
Mention in The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, 14th edition),
my article "Horror As Literary Element," appearing
here for the first time anywhere, and finally David L. Tamarin's
vigorous interview in which I expose some of my deepest and
Serpent Said," story published in The Black
Spiral: Twisted Tales Of Terror (Cyber-Pulp), edited by
Knight of Swords," story published in the anthology
More Stories That Won't Make Your Parents Hurl (Yard
Dog Press), edited by Selina Rosen.
Places, Underground," an excerpt from Wolf's
Trap, published in the anthology The Asylum 2: The
Violent Ward (DarkTales Publications, 2002, and Prime
Books, 2003), edited by Victor Heck.
Were Like Lions," published in the anthology Extremes
4: Darkest Africa (Lone Wolf Publications), edited by
Brian A. Hopkins.
of Call," published in the anthology Extremes
3: Terror on the High Seas (Lone Wolf Publications), edited
by Brian A. Hopkins.
"If She Promised You Heaven,"
published in 1000 Delights (December 2001, www.1000delights.com),
an e-zine edited by Barbara Higgins.
a Bubba Good Mornin'," published in the anthology
Bubba of the Apocalypse (Yard Dog Press), edited by
Writer's Journey" was published as Introduction
to the anthology Midnight Journeys(1995, Ozark Triangle
Press), edited by Bill Allen and Davi Dee. (Also included
by W.D. Gagliani
More info here.
Yard Dog Press, 500-copy limited trade paperback edition (October
By Your Zombie," "Of a Feather," and
"The Great Belzoni and the Monster of Goa"
appear in Small Bites, edited by Keith Gouveia and
Garrett Peck, a prestigious collection of short short tales
from 106 authors who have come together to raise money for
Charles Grant, a legend in the world of horror writing. Learn
a short story collection, published as an e-book (PDF) by
in September 2000. It includes 14 stories of Horror, Dark
Fantasy, noir crime, and SF, plus an essay, an Introduction
by Elaine Bergstrom, notes and Afterword.
Hell Calls Our Names," published in the anthology
More Monsters From Memphis (Hot Biscuit), edited by
Beecher Smith. The story won the 1999 Darrell Award of the
Memphis Science Fiction Association, and garnered an Honorable
Mention in The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror (12th Edition),
edited by Datlow & Windling.
in Robert Bloch's Psychos (Pocket Books, CD Publications,
and the Mystery Guild). Reached the Preliminary Ballot for
the 1999 Bram Stoker Award. Honorable Mention in The Year's
Best Fantasy & Horror (11th Edition), edited by Datlow
and Windling. Robert Bloch's Psychos was also published
in Italy (Sperling & Kupfer), where "Icewall"
was translated as "Montagna di Ghiaccio," and in
Japan (house unknown).
"Only Spectres Still Have Pity"
and "Kneel at the Shrine,"
both published in the e-zine The Grimoire in Volume
1, No. 1 and 2, 1999. Both were also awarded 2nd Place ($100)
in two consecutive Science Fiction Writers of Earth contests
(1993 and 94); Edward Bryant, judge.
"To Flutter in Memories"
and "Thin Hung the Web,"
both published in Issues #2 and #3 of the e-zine Dark Muse
"One Day Closer to Death: A Cheery
Chat with Bradley Denton" (interview) appeared
in the October/November 2000 issue of Science Fiction Chronicle.
(An interview with Matthew J. Costello was published in Science
Fiction Chronicle in 1993).
book reviews now appear monthly at the Bram Stoker Award-winning
website The Chiaroscuro (aka Chizine) (http://thechiaroscuro.com)
after having been in BookLovers since 1993. (The Chiaroscuro
is sponsored by Leisure Books.)
Many book reviews have also appeared in The Milwaukee
Journal Sentinel, BookPage (print and at www.bookpage.com),
Cemetery Dance, Flesh & Blood, Horror
Magazine, SFReader.com, and others. Numerous articles
and reviews have appeared in The Scream Factory, The
Iguana Informer, The SF&F Workshop Newsletter,
Bare Bones, and various others.
Previous interviews with Bradley
Denton, Charles de Lint, and
Elaine Bergstrom were published
in the anthology The Midnighters Club (Infinity), edited
by Ron Horsley.
(cowritten with Gary Jonas, Don Kinney, and Bob Zasuly) published
in the anthology Red Red Robin Project (Lone Wolf Publications),
edited by Brian A. Hopkins.