[PROMO] ‘Blackberry Blood’ will be free October 15-16, 2022

For October 15-16, the Blackberry Blood anthology (released in 2021 under the now defunct label, Snow-Capped Press) will be free via Amazon in e-book format. It was edited by Julia C. Lewis and myself, and features artwork by Gemma Amor (Full Immersion, Six Rooms) and a foreword by Sadie Hartmann (Mother Horror, My Dark Library, Nightworms).

It can be located here for purchase/download. Read reviews via Goodreads here.

Blackberry Blood: A Dark Selection of Poetry and Fiction

Foreword by Sadie Hartmann

The Trunk by Scott Cole

Bird Brother by Tabatha Wood

My Abby by Kathleen Palm

Pumpkin Mom by Daniel Barnett

Soul to Keep by Emily Ruth Verona

Victor II by Marisca Pichette

What You Never Wanted by G. A. Link

Piece by Piece by Brennan LaFaro

Pests by Matthew Brady

Night Hunters by Julia Lewis

Though This Feelin’ I Can’t Change by Janine Pipe

The Greater Secrets of Carbocations by Arasibo Campeche

Occulta Gravis by Juleigh Howard-Hobson

Aftershock by Tabatha Wood

Dinner Guest by Jay Alexander

Sympathetic Cells by Matt Holder

IX by Marisca Pichette

Revive by Tabatha Wood

Fear of Myself by G. A. Link

The Ones In Between by Heinrich von Wolfcastle

Beyond Shadow by Benjamin Vandersluis

Pillow Thoughts by Julia Lewis

+ Interviews w/ Erica Robyn, Andrew Post, Daniel Barnett, and Jayson Robert Ducharme

Published by Aiden Merchant

Aiden Merchant is the author more than forty stories, including those found within SICKNESS IS IN SEASON, HORRIFIC HOLIDAYS, and DOCUMENTING DREADFUL EXISTENCES. He is also the author of the crime-fic novella CROSSING RED, and the lead editor and publisher of BLACKBERRY BLOOD (an anthology edited alongside Julia C. Lewis), MILK TEETH (a novella by Andrew Post), and RISE ABOVE (a community sampler). His alter ego, Wesley Winters, leans more toward the extreme and absurd. His debut horror series is appropriately titled FUCKED, and will debut in 2023 with ARTIFACT OF THE EYE and later FEED THE SKY.

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