Saturday, October 24, 2009

BEAT TO A PULP #47!

BEAT TO A PULP #47!

HUNTER'S MOON BY CHARLES GRAMLICH


BTAP EDITOR DAVID CRANMER TELLS US:


Charles delivered one of BTAP's best received stories back in January and I quickly tapped him for a horror piece, a genre that he's well-known for writing as followers of his standout Razored Zen blog can attest to. Well, Charles did one better with a chilling tale set is space, giving double meaning to the word 'unearthly' not to mention BTAP's first sci-fi horror piece. For a pre-Halloween shiver, here’s Hunter’s Moon.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Charles Gramlich grew up on an Arkansas farm but moved to the New Orleans area in 1986 to teach psychology at a local university. He's since sold four novels and numerous short stories. His stories, while mostly Horror, Science Fiction, and Fantasy, have included Westerns, Children's stories, Mainstream, Slipstream, and experimental tales. Charles has also published poetry and nonfiction. He is assistant editor for The Dark Man: The Journal of Robert E. Howard studies, and produces a regular column on writing for The Illuminata, an online newsletter. He lives with his wife in Abita Springs, Louisiana, and has a son named Joshua.

TO READ HUNTER'S MOON CLICK HERE

NEXT WEEK: One Night Near Hangtown by James Reasoner

1 comment:

Charles Gramlich said...

thanks for the bump for my story. Much appreciated.