Upcoming, and What I’m Working on Now

Somehow I never mentioned this on the blog (just everywhere else), so let me leave this right here.
Tales from the Lake Vol. 1 Table of Contents:
Graham Masterton
Taylor Grant
G.N. Braun
John Palisano
Charles Day
John Paul Allen
Joan De La Haye
Bev Vincent
Tim Curran
Elizabeth Massie
Tim Waggoner
Blaze McRob (poetry)
Jenn Loring (1st place in Tales From the Lake horror writing competition)
J. Daniel Stone (2nd place)
William Ritchey (3rd place)

Introduction by: Rocky Wood

Cover by: Ben Baldwin

Edited by: Joe Mynhardt

Scheduled release: July 2014

And check out my bio page on Crystal Lake Publishing’s website! I was stunned, to put it mildly, that I had won this competition, and it’s even more exciting to be in print alongside my grad school mentor, Tim Waggoner, for the first time.

I’ll be out of town for the next week, but I’m working on two novels at the moment (a YA horror and a brutal post-apocalyptic dystopian), as well as another novella and a new batch of short stories. Things really picked up for me in the last few months of 2013, with the two writing competitions and the sale of Conduits to DarkFuse, so I’m heading into 2014 with guns blazing.

I wish everyone a very happy holiday and a productive new year!

Published by Jennifer Loring

Jennifer Loring’s short fiction has appeared in the anthologies Tales from the Lake vols. 1 and 4, Nightscript IV, Dim Shores Presents Volume 2, and the Bram Stoker Award-nominated Not All Monsters and Arterial Bloom, among many others. She holds an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction with a concentration in horror fiction and is currently working toward a PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies - Humanities & Culture, focusing on queer possibility in fairy tales. Jenn lives in Philadelphia, PA, where she and her husband are owned by a turtle and two basset hounds.

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