Stories featured in anthologies


Upcoming for 2018-2019:
  • Colp: Sky’s The Limit (Gypsum Sound Tales, 2018)
  • Beyond the Infinite: Tales from the Outer Reaches (Things in the Well, 2018)
  • We Shall Be Monsters (Frankenstein-inspired collection, Renaissance Press, 2018)
  • Trembling with Fear (Collection of horror-themed flash fiction, 2018)
  • Hex Gunslinger: A Weird Western Anthology (Radiant Crown Publishing, 2019)


Featured anthology:

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FRIGHT MARE: Women Who Write Horror
DM Publishing
***Nominated for a Bram Stoker Award***
Featuring “What Storms Bring” by KC Grifant

Description: Women write horror and have written it since before Mary Shelley wrote FRANKENSTEIN. This anthology is to highlight the fact women write great horror and to kill the fallacy that they aren’t in some way up to standard. They are. Read here stories by Elizabeth Massie, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Lucy Taylor, and a plethora of other great writers as they work on your nerves, get inside your head, and bang out some of the scariest tales written today. I’m proud to present these women for your consideration, as Rod Serling might say, as I ask you to step into FRIGHT MARE. Lock the door and windows, put on a light, and remember, it’s not real. It’s not real. Midnight awaits, monsters scheme to take you away, the strange and weird wait in the shadows, but it’s not real. Is it?


2017 anthologies


California Screamin’
2017 by Barking Deer Press
Featuring “Feast of the Goddesses” by KC Grifant

Description: California. Close your eyes and say it: California. Images of perpetual sunshine, swaying palm trees, and blue waters lapping at sandy beaches. That one word conjures visions of gold and fame, luring dreamers to its mythic shores. The original peoples lived in an abundant paradise. The Spanish found a familiarity to their homeland. The Gold Rush, Hollywood, and Silicon Valley promised instant wealth. But the beaches are only a sliver of this vast land. Beyond it lie expanses of deserts, mountains, and rugged coastline cutting it off from reality. Isolated, California reveals a dark side—wraithlike fog of the northern coast, dense shadows in ancient forests, and hellish heat of vast deserts. It is to these places you will journey. Within these pages, you will find stories of primeval specters, soured fantasies, transplanted vampires, bizarre geography.
This is the reality of nightmares…
This is California Screamin’.


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See Through My Eyes: A Ghost Mystery Anthology
2017, Fantasia Divinity Magazine
Featuring “Better Halves” by KC Grifant

Description: A scream slashes through the quiet night, a chill pierces your skin. The shimmering image of a woman forms in the mist, singing a haunting lullaby. She beckons. Will you go? Featuring 25 haunting stories, SEE THROUGH MY EYES is certain to chill you to the bone and make you wonder who is real and who is not. The Living? Or the dead? Join us as the dead seek to claim their revenge upon the living!



Into Darkness Peering
2017, Alban Lake Publishing
Featuring “Better Halves” by KC Grifant

Description: Scary stories inspired by or tapping into the theme of a line from Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” (Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there wondering, fearing; Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before…)



2017, Stitched Smile Publications
Featuring “What the Storm Brings” by KC Grifant

Description: When Houston was devastated by Hurricane Harvey, a group of authors pooled their talent together and donated their stories for you to dive into your worst water phobias, and to benefit those who lost everything to the power of one of Mother Nature’s most destructive forces. Hydrophobia: The fear of water. The human body is made up of approximately 60% water. We need it to live, to keep clean, to cool off, and we’d die within ten days without it. Proceeds from this anthology will go toward victims of Hurricane Harvey. 


2014 anthology

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What has Two Heads, Ten Eyes, and Terrifying Table Manners?
2014, Dark Park Publishing
Featuring “Out to Pasture” by KC Grifant

Description: What Has Two Heads, Ten Eyes, and Terrifying Table Manners? features more than a dozen never-before-published short stories that combine horror and science fiction elements. These original tales, written by some of the best new genre authors, range from the horrifying to the humorous, the thought-provoking to the thought-twisting. All are diabolically entertaining.