Please Welcome Steven Pirie to the Arterial Bloom Anthology!

Friends, what a pleasure it is to announce that Steven Pirie has joined Arterial Bloom! Steven wrote the most beautiful love story that somehow manages to intertwine whimsy and the very grimmest of realities. His story is powerful and painfully lovely. He explores what happens when Gaia herself falls in love in “The Making of Mary.” Each time I read … Read More

Arterial Bloom Welcomes Grant Longstaff!

Oh my goodness,  my friends. Please welcome Grant Longstaff to the Arterial Bloom horror anthology! Grant’s visceral story titled “Dog (Does Not) Eat Dog,” was one of the two stories that I read once and immediately knew I needed to publish. It’s chilling and brutal, and the terror comes from the fact that it covers very real horrors. I hope … Read More

Arterial Bloom Welcomes Linda D. Addison!

May I just tell you what a glory and a wonder Linda Addison is? She is a ferocious, empathetic, wise powerhouse and a sorceress with words. I approached her about writing the foreword to Arterial Bloom, and even though her schedule is packed, she was gracious enough to carve out enough time to fit us in. She did such a … Read More

“Lullabies for Suffering” Is Now Available! And Preorder the Hardcover!

This is such an exciting announcement! I’m absolutely privileged to announce that the anthology Lullabies for Suffering is now available. This anthology of addiction horror is edited by Mark Matthews and contains novellas by Caroline Kepnes (Have you read You? Stunning and horrific.), Kealan Patrick Burke, John FD Taff, Gabino Iglesias, Mark Matthews, and yours truly. My story is titled “Love is a … Read More

Please Welcome Daniel Crow to the Arterial Bloom Anthology!

It’s such a pleasure to introduce you to Daniel Crow! Daniel wrote a dreamily bizarre story titled “Welcome To My Autumn.” It’s such a clever juxtaposition of rainy dreariness and explosion of color. Daniel used mere words in order to create visual artwork, and I hope you savor every word of his story like I did. Now she is looking … Read More

Arterial Bloom Welcomes Todd Keisling!

If you’re not familiar with Todd Keisling, then just wait a year or two. He will absolutely be a household name. Todd is a talented, visceral writer who puts his dark, fantastic twist on everyday horrors. Depression becomes something much more in his Arterial Bloom story titled “Happy Pills.”   Marcus Taylor had a name for the nothingness inside. There … Read More

Please Join Me in Welcoming Jonathan Cosgrove to Arterial Bloom!

This story. It’s such an honor to introduce it to you. Please join me in welcoming Jonathan Cosgrove to the Arterial Bloom horror anthology. His story “Mouths Filled with Seawater” is a fever dream dealing with delusion and obsession. Jonathan wrote it so beautifully and cleverly, and I know you’ll love it! The tide was in. Boats in need of … Read More

Arterial Bloom Welcomes Naching Kassa!

I am so extremely delighted to introduce Naching Kassa to the Arterial Bloom lineup! Naching’s story “The Darker Side of Grief” explores the grief and terror of children. Sometimes adults let them down and they’re forced to take care of each other. I can’t get this story out of my head, and I hope you enjoy it as much as … Read More

Please Welcome the Incredible Christopher Barzak to Arterial Bloom!

You guys. YOU GUYS. Christopher Barzak is one of my very favorite authors ever. His work is ephemeral, gritty, and will make you catch your breath. It’s the prettiest pain you’re ever going to read. Start with Map of Seventeen or One for Sorrow to see what I mean.  Or start with his multilayered “Dead Letters” included in Arterial Bloom! I’m so thrilled to … Read More

Arterial Bloom Welcomes John Boden!

John Boden is one of my favorite working authors. He has what we call “Shineyisms”. Shineyisms are these gorgeous turns of phrase that are dark, otherworldly, and distinctly him. John really brought it with his ephemeral story, “Doodlebug.” In pictures she is char and bone. Black crackle and tooth. A handful of diamonds scattered on fresh tar. Of all the … Read More