"That Which Grows Wild" collects sixteen dark short fiction stories by author Eric J. Guignard. Equal parts of whimsy and weird, horror and heartbreak, this debut collection traverses the darker side of the fantastic through vibrant tales that encounter monsters and regrets, hope and atonement, and the oddly changing reflection that turns back at you in the mirror. Full review coming soon!
"Felo De Se" by R.A. Monroe is a dark journey through the mind of Raine, an embalmer by trade and an anti-social recluse by choice. Against her better judgement, she pursues the companionship of a peculiar character she meets one evening during the delivery of a fresh batch of icy-cold corpses. Strange things insue. I'm really enjoying this somber tale so far. Full review coming soon!
I recently wrote a review for Dead Reckonings, a journal by Hippocampus Press, entitled "The Art of NecronomiCon." It's a reflection of my experience as a gallery artist and vendor during the 2017 NecronomiCon in Providence, Rhode Island. My copy is in the mail and I'll post some interior shots of the book soon!
The time has finally arrived for me to gather my drawings and books and venture through the rolling hills of New England to the haunted corners and courtyards of Providence, Rhode Island. The 2017 NecronomiCon is upon us! I will be setting up a decrepit, web-covered vendor table to sell a collection of my disturbingly whimsical and grim illustrations. I will also be featuring many fresh copies of Silvarum, my new novel based on a bunch of annoying teenagers that slay demons and monsters and stuff. Click here to follow the journey!