E is for Evil, edited by Rhonda Parrish and available in paperback and ebook (links at the bottom of this page), features my story “G”, a dark twilight-zone romp through the intersection of religion and science. I am really excited to share this story and to see what thoughts and reactions it provokes, not to mention those of all the many other contributors to this anthology. Fair warning: it is dark, much darker than any of the other alphabet anthologies, which might not be surprising given the title.
Here’s what others have said about it:
E is for Evil is a fun, quirky, and thoroughly entertaining anthology which is sure to have something for every type of reader. It is absolutely worth the time for anyone who enjoys imaginative and thought-provoking literature.
-Brad OH Inc.
No two stories are the same. If you love horror… or you want to experience horror on a level that is beyond guts and gore (though it has some of that too) I highly recommend trying this anthology.
-Melodie, Goodreads reviewer
E is for Evil contains twenty-six individual stories which each shine a different light on the multi-faceted idea that is evil. Running the gamut from lyrical fantasy to gritty horror in these stories possessed toys, hellish bureaucrats, scientists with questionable morals, abusive partners and even lingerie sellers all take their turn in the spotlight.
Featuring fresh new stories from Michael Fosburg, Lynn Hardaker, Stephanie A. Cain, Andrew Bourelle, Suzanne J. Willis, Samantha Kymmell-Harvey, Hal J. Friesen, C.S. MacCath, Michael B. Tager, Jonathan C. Parrish, Amanda C. Davis, Lilah Wild, Sara Cleto, Alexandra Seidel, Mary Alexandra Agner, Cory Cone, Jeanne Kramer-Smyth, Beth Cato, Laura VanArendonk Baugh, Megan Engelhardt, Danielle Davis, Brittany Warman, BD Wilson, L.S. Johnson, Pete Aldin and Michael M. Jones.
Amazon — https://amzn.to/2L1fmBf
Free on Kindle Unlimited