About KC Grifant

KC Grifant writes internationally published horror, fantasy, science fiction and weird western stories for collectible card games, podcasts, anthologies and magazines. Her writings have appeared in Andromeda Spaceways Magazine (cover story for issue #70), Lovecraft eZine, Aurealis Magazine, Unnerving Magazine, Frozen Wavelets, Tales to Terrify, The Macabre Museum and Colp Magazine. Her short stories have haunted dozens of collections, including We Shall Be Monsters, Beyond the Infinite: Tales from the Outer Reaches, Trembling With Fear, Uchronia and the Stoker-nominated Fright Mare: Women Write Horror.

She is also the co-founder of the Horror Writers Association’s San Diego Chapter (read more here).

In between spinning tales of speculative horror, science fiction and dark fantasy, KC works as an award-winning science communicator and editor. She likes to haunt coffee shops, comic stores, labyrinths and carnivals. Say hi on Twitter: @scifiwri or visit her on Amazon.



[This] is an intelligent horror story that reads like a parable for mental illness and homelessness…This story will leave you with a cloying sense of fragility that is hard to shake. Truly a great short story.

Signal Horizons review (excerpt)

A haunting tale of a woman losing herself, filled with beautiful imagery this is juxtaposed with the terror of what is happening. A real blast back into the book for me.

Amazon reviewer

K.C.’s tale could have been the basis for an episode of Rod Serling’s classic, “Twilight Zone.”


This story has a real bite to it…As Stephen King said, the artistic value of the work of horror lies in “its ability to form a liaison between our fantasy fears and our real fears,” and by that measure, you have succeeded very well.