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“Approved by the Comics Code Authority” now available in Creepy Campfire Quarterly No. 2 April 23, 2016

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Creepy Campfire Quarterly No. 2I’m happy to announce that my story, Approved by the Comics Code Authority, is now available in Creepy Campfire Quarterly No. 2, courtesy of EMP Publishing.

The magazine is available in various formats:

 

 

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Charon Coin Press publishes Ambrose Stolliker interview April 17, 2015

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On Tuesday, Charon Coin Press published an interview with yours truly as part of its “featured author” series.

The interview covers a lot of territory, including the story behind my story Blue Belly Bayou, which the fine folks at Charon Coin included in their State of Horror: Louisiana Volume II anthology.

Participating in the interview was a lot of fun. It’s the first time a publisher has given me the chance to talk about how I came up with a particular story. It also gave me the chance to share a little bit about the writing process and discuss some of my favorite horror writers.

The interview was just another example of what a pleasure it’s been to work with the editors at Charon Coin Press. If you haven’t already, be sure to pick up a copy of the anthology¬†– it’s a great collection of stories. I’m proud to have been included in the company of so many gifted writers.

Yours,

A.S.

Welcome to A Darkness More Than Night July 15, 2010

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Greetings, good reader, and welcome to my blog – A Darkness More Than Night.

The tag line for the blog promises to deliver “tales of the ghostly and macabre,” and I intend to do so. After all, I don’t write just for my own health. Like all art – music, painting, sculpure – stories are meant to be shared, and I want to share with as many people as possible the stories I spend so many hours writing. I’ve written two novels (unpublished) as well as more than 20 short stories since I started writing at the age of nine, and I will post as many of those stories as I can until some editor decides he or she wants to print them in their magazine or e-zine.

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