Two interesting collections, one of which I have a story in.
Happy Friday the 13th.
Both volumes of my Fears of a Clown anthology project are now available from major retailers in paperback and eBook.
While actual coulrophobia is rare, many people find clowns scary rather than amusing; and modern media fans that fear. But, what if—instead of being serial killers and Scooby-Doo villains—they were victims and heroes, facing the darkness that lurks both at the edges of reality and in the heart of normal life. What might scare clowns and how might they react?
In these two anthologies, a total of twenty-eight new and established authors give their answer to the question. None of my stories appear, but I picked each of the ones that do.
Thirteen Fears of a Clown
In a world of shadows, joyful colours are an act of heroism.
Modern tales are filled with clowns who invoke fear not laughter: painted grins covering fanged…
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