Wednesday, November 23, 2016

DAY 14 OF ANNOUNCING! Table of Contents for: +HORROR LIBRARY+ Volume 6

I’ll be unhurriedly posting all contributors here, one-a-day, to reveal the T.O.C. for this latest anthology volume that I edited for +HORROR LIBRARY+, to be published by Farolight Publishing (Cutting Block Books) in April, 2017.

DAY 14 of 27: Dean H. Wild

JG Faherty presents “The H Train”
Edward M. Erdelac presents “Hear The Eagle Scream”
Rebecca J. Allred presents “Mother’s Mouth, Full of Dirt”
Jay Caselberg presents “The Ride”
John M. Floyd presents “The Red-Eye to Boston”
Tom Johnstone presents “Oldstone Gardens”
Bentley Little presents “The Plumber”
Darren O. Godfrey presents “D.U.I.”
Carole Johnstone presents “Better You Believe”
David Tallerman presents “Casualty of Peace”
Kathryn E. McGee presents “The Creek Keepers’ Lodge”
Jeffrey Ford presents “Five Pointed Spell”
Sean Eads presents “Predestination’s a Bitch”
14. Dean H. Wild presents “The Gaff”


“The line goes quiet, but they’re not done. Not until they knock.”
“Who exactly do you think is going to knock?” When he pulled his car in, the parking lot adjacent to their tiny building was empty except for Betsy’s beat-up Dodge which she called her Snow Buster. The lots belonging to the antique shop to the north and the volunteer fire department to the south were unmarked planes of fresh snow. No tire tracks, no footprints. “There isn’t anybody—”
Two taps rattled the small window behind his desk…
The Gaff by Dean H. Wild

ABOUT: Dean H. Wild

Dean H. Wild has lived in east central Wisconsin, primarily in small towns surrounding the city of Fond du Lac, all his life. He wrote his first short horror story at the tender age of seven and continued to write dark fiction into adulthood while he pursued careers in retail, the newspaper industry, and real estate. His short stories have been published in various magazines and anthologies including Bell, Book & Beyond, A Feast of Frights, Night Lights, and Night Terrors III. He and his wife, Julie, currently reside in the village of Brownsville. Visit Dean at:

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