Creative Horror by Michael Arnzen

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Snapshots of StokerCon 2017

Although there are about 30 Bram Stoker Award banquets in the history books, this season’s StokerCon 2017 was only the second time the Horror Writers Association has run a full-fledged convention, highlighting the genre with panel discussions, author readings, writing workshops, booksignings and varied presentations… culminating in the Award banquet, awarding the genre’s top practitioners…

Squirm and Squirm Again: Arnzen Course at Horror University – StokerCon 2017

I’ll be returning to the HWA’s StokerCon event (this year held on the Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA) on April 27-30th, 2017… to teach “Making Readers Squirm”! Visit the StokerCon website or see my upcoming event listings for further details. Registration is required; you can get a discount for signing up for multiple courses…

Five More Ways I’d Prefer Not to Die

This past fall, one of my favorite releases was 555 Vol. 2: This Head, These Limbs, put out by Carrion Blue 555. Every story in this book is 55 words a piece; every author in the book (myself, John Edward Lawson, Stephanie Wytovich, Jonathan Moon and several others) contributed 55 of them each. That might…

New Christmas Horror Short Stories

Collected Christmas: Horror Shorts — the new anthology from Kevin Kennedy and Brandy Yassa — has just been released, just in time to raise your holiday spirit (literally). Includes a new story I’m really proud of, “All Naughty, No Nice,” which takes a post-apocalyptic approach to the legend of Old Saint Nick. But that’s just…

The Gorelets Omnibus

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Ten Years in the Making...all right here at gorelets.com

"Bored with sleeping? Read this book at night. Michael Arnzen's poems are absolutely terrifying. His writing makes me uncomfortable for all the right reasons. If you enjoy the things that go bump in the night, Arnzen's poems might change your mind. Arnzen is disturbingly, madly, brilliant and I pray for those close to him." —Ryan Mecum, author of Zombie Haiku and Dawn of Zombie Haiku

"This is mandatory reading...brief, vivid poems written with skill, verve, and perverse humor. The Gorelets Omnibus collects nearly everything Arnzen's written under the Gorelets banner, and it's a must-have for the dark-verse aficionado." —Scott Emerson, Morgantown Poets

Available in hardcover, paperback or ebook from the publisher, amazon.com or your favorite bookseller!


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