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E is for Evil Cover Reveal

E is for Evil contains twenty-six individual stories which each shine a different light on the multi-faceted idea that is evil. Running the gamut from lyrical fantasy to gritty horror in these stories possessed toys, hellish bureaucrats, scientists with questionable … Continue reading

Giftmas 2017: No Capes!

Giftmas 2017 – What I Celebrate

Giftmas 2017 – Why I Give

E is for Evil

I’m excited to announce the theme for the next volume in my Alphabet Anthologies series will be: Oh man, I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am about this one. The contributors to this anthology series never … Continue reading

D is for Dinosaur cover reveal

For the fourth installment of Rhonda Parrish’s Alphabet Anthologies, contributors were challenged to write about dinosaurs. The resulting twenty-six stories contain widely different interpretations of the dinosaur theme and span the spectrum from literal to metaphoric. Within these pages stories … Continue reading

Chimeric Contributor: Alexandra Seidel

It’s kind of become a tradition that I interview the contributors to my anthologies and share those interviews on my blog. It’s also kind of become a tradition that it takes me a very long time to get them all … Continue reading

D is for [Drum Roll]

It’s time to announce the theme for the next Alphabet Anthology. I am really stoked about this one. Like, really, really stoked. I’ve been looking forward to the D anthology since I first decided to do this anthology series–in fact, … Continue reading

Fractured Friday: Alexandra Seidel

For the next several weeks I’ve decided to call Fridays ‘Fractured Friday’ and use them to share news, contributor interviews and excerpts from B is for Broken. B is for Broken is the second title in the Alphabet Anthologies series. … Continue reading

What Happened Among The Stars

Niteblade #32 cover -- design by Jonathan C. Parrish, Art by Marge Simon

We released latest issue of Niteblade, What Happened Among the Stars, today. This, our 32nd and penultimate issue, contains a farcical science fiction, magical horses, everyday immortals, creeping trees, fairies, close encounters with death and so much more. Strange and … Continue reading

B is for Broken

Cover design by Jonathan C. Parrish, original artwork by Tory Hoke

Broken people, broken promises, broken dreams and broken objects are just some of the ways these 26 fantastic stories interpret the theme of ‘Broken’. From science fiction to fantasy, horror to superheroes the stories within these pages cover a vast … Continue reading