“Sic Semper Versipellis” to see ink in Dark Moon Books’s alt history anthology

My short story, “Sic Semper Versipellis,” has been accepted by the editors of Dark Moon Books’s upcoming alternate history anthology due this fall. Edited by Lori Michelle, Max Booth III, and Stan Swanson, the volume will ask the important questions, like:

  • What if Hitler had won the war, but only after selling his soul to the devil?
  • What if the San Francisco earthquake had released demons from the depths of hell?
  • What if vaccinations had never been discovered?
  • What if John Wilkes Booth returned to life as a zombie?

I’m not saying it will ask these exact questions, but it will ask questions like these. Imagine history reshaped. In these pages, you’ll find stories about what the world would be like if the course of events had happened just a little bit differently, and the monsters therein had maybe not all been human.

While I haven’t seen the table of contents yet, Dark Moon Books has previously published horror giants (and aren’t all giants horrible?) such as Ramsey Campbell, Simon Clark, Jack Ketchum, Tim Lebbon, Graham Masterton, Joe McKinney, William F. Nolan, Jeremy C. Shipp, and Joe R. Lansdale, so chances are very good that this one will scare you silly.

One Response to ““Sic Semper Versipellis” to see ink in Dark Moon Books’s alt history anthology”

  1. OF NIGHT AND LIGHT (Blue Mustang Press) about to publish! New story collection by Michael C. Keith

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