What better place to set a horror story than in an asylum?Don’t worry, you are not going to get a slew of ghosts haunting abandoned sites stories (although there may be one or two). The authors in this volume explore the dark history of some institutions and the dark nature of humanity.
The Spring 2019 Edition of the annual digest is presented by the Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers (GLAHW) contains horror and dark fiction and poetry from new and established authors. Edited by Nicole Castle with contributions from Emma Johnson-Rivard, Tony Evans, J.B. Toner, John Grey, and more.
GLAHW is pleased to be appearing at April Ghoul’s Day in Flint MI, Saturday, April 6, 2019, from 10:00a – 3:30p.
April Ghoul’s Day is the perfect time to come out and meet some great folks and stock up on some amazing horror books. J.M. Van Horn and Nicole Castle will be there to discuss anything related to horror. While you are there, you can pick up our latest anthology, Erie Tales XI – Tales from […]
Need something special after Valentine’s Day? Look no further than GLAHW and Blood Bash 2019. We are returning for our second year and the event is even bigger. The Horror Film Festival and Convention will be on Feb 15 – Feb 16th at the Commonwealth Commerce Center (209 E Washington Ave, Jackson, Michigan 49201). The […]
Greetings Members! Every year we solicit ideas on what that coming year’s Erie Tales anthology theme will be and then we launch a poll over at the forum. We want members to have a say in our annual theme because if you like the idea, you’ll definitely write for it. This year’s current poll is up over at the […]