Tag: dark fiction

Author Interview: Stephanie Ayers
October 8, 2017 For Authors,Interviews A.L. Mabry

Name: Stephanie Ayers Latest Release: The 13: Tales of Illusory Genre: Horror Author Bio: A published author with a knack for twisted tales, Stephanie Ayers is the Executive Creative Director of OWS Ink, LLC, a community for writers and readers alike. She loves a good thriller, fairies, things that go bump in the night, and

Dark Fiction Mood: Going Beyond the Stormy Night
February 8, 2017 For Authors,Writing,Writing Advice A.M. Rycroft

The first thing to understand about dark fiction is what it is and what it isn’t. Dark fiction encompasses much more than just horror. It can be fantasy, science fiction, dystopian, and everything beyond and in between. What it isn’t is in-your-face, trying-to-shock-you fiction. Even when it skews to horror, dark fiction tends to fall

Author E.C. Jarvis
December 30, 2016 For Authors,Interviews Stephanie Ayers

The final author in Crimson Edge Press’ Maidens & Magic is no stranger to Our Write Side. She is our own E.C. Jarvis, our authority on steampunk and erotica, monthly columnist, and a vital member of the OWS Ink formatting team. Discover even more about this beloved author. Name: E.C. Jarvis Latest Release: The Destiny (Book

Open Call: Tales from the Time Capsule
September 5, 2016 For Authors,OWS Features,Press Releases,Special Feature Stephanie Ayers

Calling all horror and dark fiction writers! Here’s your chance to get published in OWS Ink: Literary Journal’s Fall issue! Read the introduction, submerge your muse into the darkest corners of your imagination, and write a short story between 1,500 and 4,000 words. [bctt tweet=”#openCall #horror #dark #fiction #writers Tales from the Time Capsule. Submit

Flash: Smell of Souls by Kerry E.B. Black
June 25, 2016 Featured Poetry and Shorts,For Authors,OWS Features Stephanie Ayers

Receiving submissions is one of our most favorite things. Today we are pleased to showcase a short flash from author Kerry E.B. Black. Enjoy! Kerry E.B. Black writes from a little house along the bank of a foggy Pennsylvania river. Other published works can be found in “Postcard Poetry and Prose” and “Halloween Forevermore.” Please

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