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Horror Authors Investigate Death and Dying

How is that for a catchy title? Well, it's true. I'm part of a group of writers doing a series of blogs about death and dying in support of Gray Matter Press's latest anthology, DEATH'S REALM, which includes my futuristic tale of life after death, "Foxhole."


I'll be posting about my preferred method of dying on April 30, but you can find the full 16-day schedule here: http://greymatterpress.com/horror-authors-on-death-and-dying-deaths-realm-tour/



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