A Feast of Frights spotlight on Susie Moloney

One of the great things about being a short story writer in an anthology is being able to share pages with some truly great authors. In the forthcoming A Feast of Frights from The Horror Zine, my short story, “Clawed Sod,” gets between the covers with the work of dozens of talented, successful writers, poets, and artists.

Susie Moloney’s “The Audit” is one of these. Horror great Ramsey Campbell, who wrote the foreword, says of her contribution: “Moloney reminds us that menaces surround us, as banal as they are all-powerful, and then she turns them into nightmare and indeed a comedy of paranoia.”

Moloney has written a number of terrific (by which I mean both superb and terrifying) novels, including: Bastion Falls, A Dry Spell, and The Dwelling. A Dry Spell was even optioned for a major motion picture a few years ago, but unfortunately, there’s a reason they call it development hell.

Her latest novel, The Thirteen, is due March 27 and available for preorder at Amazon.com. Publisher’s Weekly says its “sure to evoke comparisons to Fritz Leiber’s Conjure Wife.” And if you know anything about Fritz Leiber, you know how awesome its going to be.

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