As if the sound of dueling banjos wasn’t frightening enough, later this month, APEX Publications will unleash Appalachian Undead,  a new anthology dedicated to mountain folk who just won’t stay in their graves.   The amazing cover art was created by Cortney Skinner, and I am pleased to announce that my short story, “Hell’s Hollow,” is among these hair-raising hillbilly tales.    Here is the full Table of Contents:

Foreword by S.G. Browne (author of Breathers: A Zombie’s Lament)
When Granny Comes Marchin’ Home Again – Elizabeth Massie
Calling Death – Jonathan Maberry
Hide and Seek – Tim Waggoner
Twilight of the Zombie Game Preserve… – S. Clayton Rhodes
Being in Shadow – Maurice Broaddus
Sitting up with the Dead- Bev Vincent
The Girl and the Guardian – Simon McCaffery
Repent, Jessie Shimmer! -Lucy Snyder
Almost Heaven -Michael Paul Gonzalez
On Stagger – G. Cameron Fuller
We Take Care of Our Own – John Everson
Sleeper – Tim Lebbon
Reckless – Eliot Parker
Company’s Coming – Ronald Kelly
Black Friday – Karin Fuller
Spoiled – Paul Moore
Miranda Jo’s Girl – Steve Rasnic Tem
Times Is Tough in Musky Holler – John Skipp & Dori Miller
Hell’s Hollow – Michael West
Long Days to Come – K. Allen Wood
Brother Hollis Gives His Final Sermon from a Rickety Make-Shift Pulpit in the Remains of a Smokehouse that now Serves as His Church – Gary A. Braunbeck

Special afterword by Fangoria Magazine editor Rebekah McKendry

I am so honored and excited to be a part of this anthology, and I hope my faithful readers will check out all of these great tales!

Click here to order your copy today!