The foreword to the Indiana Horror Writers anthology, Dark Harvest, has been written by non other than Bram Stoker Award-winner Gary A. Braunbeck.

“(Dark Harvest) is damned serious stuff, and it’s scary, suspenseful, and sweat-inducing; but more importantly — perhaps most importantly — it’s all disturbing as hell, and cannot be easily forgotten.  Each author writes as if their very life depends on it…” ~Gary A. Braunbeck

Edited by Bob Freeman, Dark Harvest features the *Best Horror Short Story of the Year, Michael West’s “Goodnight,” Mr. West’s new tale “Trolling,” his non-fiction account of a weekend spent in the oh-so-haunted Woodcarver’s Building in Converse, Indiana, as well as heart-stopping tales by Maurice Broaddus, Tracy Jones, Sara J. Larson, and Michelle Pendergrass.

Dark Harvest will be officially unleashed on June 14th at Mo*Con III: The Intersection of Spirituality, Art and Gender.

*2005 P&E Readers Poll Winner