About KC Grifant

rolleiflex trix kodakKC Grifant’s fiction work has appeared in the Lovecraft eZine, Electric Spec Magazine, Horror Bites Magazine, and a number of anthologies. She is the founding co-chair of the Horror Writers Association San Diego Chapter (read more here).
In 2014, she was a contributor to the horror/science fiction collection “What has Two Heads, Ten Eyes, and Terrifying Table Manners?” which, according to Amazing Stories, has “the flair of horror reminiscent of The Twilight Zone or Outer Limits” and “brings together a diverse assortment of works from some talented literary voices.”
In 2016 her story “Better Halves” appeared in the Stoker Award-nominated Fright Mare: Women Write Horror. One review states, “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 in to the book for me.”
In 2017, KC Grifant had stories appear in California Screamin’, by Barking Deer Press; Into Darkness Peering, by Alban Lake Publishing; and See Through My Eyes: A Ghost Mystery Anthology by Fantasia Divinity Magazine.
Additionally, her short story, “What Storms Bring,” will be reprinted in the 2018 anthology Hydrophobia, a charity anthology for victims of Hurricane Harvey by Stitched Smile Publications.
In between spinning tales of speculative horror, science fiction and mythological fantasy, KC works as an award-winning science writer and editor. She likes to haunt coffee shops, comic stores, labyrinths and carnivals. Say hi on Twitter: @scifiwri or visit her Amazon.


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