Horror Short Fiction

My horror tends to lean toward the weird end of the spectrum, complete with strange twists on classic monsters and disturbing new creations as well.

  • The Impostor – Weird Horror. A woman in a nursing home sees a strange, familiar specter. December 2020.
  • Dead Man’s Hill – Humorous Horror. A very unusual Halloween tradition. October 2016.
  • Tiny Necks – Creature Horror. A troubled man just can’t let go of his inhumane habit. February 2016.
  • A Slippery Customer – Gruesome Horror. A thief chooses the wrong target. January 2016.
  • Against Our Better Judgment – Horror/Humor. When a vampire and werewolf are forced to work together, it can only be trouble. Originally published by Wicked East Press in December 2011.