Horla Horror: the home of intelligent horror (2019)

“Swimming helped Michael connect with the other person inside his body.”

I’m very pleased to announce that Jake, my new short fiction, is now LIVE on Horla: the home of intelligent horror in time for Halloween. You can read it here.

image source: Horla.org

3 thoughts on “Horla Horror: the home of intelligent horror (2019)

  1. Compellingly descriptive writing, entwined with Michael’s out of world experience or should say- other person’s… Keeps the reader guessing. Has that banality given by apparent, everyday life relationship, which allows horror more potency. Creates a sense of misplaced reassurance for the reader throughout the story. Supernatural gem.

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