Out Now: “Quoth the Raven”

Today is the 169th anniversary of the death of Edgar Allan Poe. To honor one of horror’s earliest masters, Camden Park Press has put together an anthology called Quoth the Raven. The anthology collects 30 stories and poems that put a contemporary twist on Poe’s works. My story, “Hearts are Just ‘Likes,'” is one of the 30 included.

The anthology is out today! Pick up a copy here.

Quoth the Raven
From Camden Park Press

The works of Poe were dark and often disturbing.From dismembered corpses, rivals bricked behind cellar walls, murders in back alleys, laments for lost loves, obsessions that drive men — and women! — to madness, his stories have had a profound impact on both the horror and mystery genres to this day.

In Quoth the Raven, we invite you to answer the call of the raven and revisit Poe’s work, re-imagined for the twenty-first century. Here, the lover of mystery and Gothic horror will find familiar themes in contemporary settings, variations on Poe’s tales, and faithful recreations of the author’s signature style.

Contains stories and poems by Aryan Bollinger, Brian Ellis, Chris Abela, Donea Lee Weaver, Edward Ahern, Emerian Rich, Frank Coffman, Gregory J. Wolos, Hugh J.O’Donnell, John Kiste, Kara Race-Moore, Karen Robiscoe, Kenneth C. Goldman, Lauryn Christopher, Lawrence Berry, Matthew M. Montelione, Melanie Cossey, Penelope Paling, R.C. Scandalis, Sarah Murtagh, Scott Wheelock, Sidney Williams, Sonora Taylor, Stephanie L. Harper, Steven R. Southard, Susan McCauley, Tiffany Michelle Brown, Tonia Kalouria, and Vicki Weisfeld.

The anthology is available in ebook and paperback. Order yours today — and after you’ve read it, be sure to leave a review!

Thanks for reading.

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