“J” Jump by Matt Harrill

The lights in the hangar faded as the front hangar doors opened. The planes came alive, engines whining, and began to taxi out of the hangar onto the runway. From her vantage point, Eva watched the small planes, capable of seating no more than six people each, crawling along the asphalt. The first turned and […]

“I” Interview by Matt Harrill and Children In Need

“Six months ago, what started off as a standard attempted bank robbery in the area of Montego Bay, Jamaica, has become one of the biggest mysteries the island has ever seen.” A map appeared on the screen, a red line detailing the route. It reminded Eva of the red line in the Indiana Jones movies […]

Horror melts in your mouth not in your hand #art #horrorweek #fiction #Halloween

  In my art and art history studies, we often compared and contrasted the work of different artists. When you compare an artist against himself, you deal more with his style than differences. If you look at the two pieces there are many similarities: the visual tension, the use of black and white to create […]

Cursed by Fire Cursed by Stalker #horror #art

    If you look at the contrasts of the two artists (Bosch and Kubicki), you see many. One is black and white and one is color. There’s alot of movement in Bosch‘s The Harrowing of Hell as well as symbolism in this rendition of Hell.  Do you hear the flames licking at the pleading […]

Grave Silence #art #horrorweek #horror

I’m taking a moment to listen to the voice and the meaning of the two pieces of art. Do you hear it – The sound that is not allowed to escape the confinement of the box? Munch gives it away in his title “The Scream.” I remember studying this piece by Expressionist Edvard Munch several times and […]

Horror’s Diva #horrorweek #art #fiction #halloween

  I’m looking at the art I selected for today and realizing minimal and horror works. The use of a few shapes, three or four colors, or primary colors can speak volumes as in these two pieces One by Polish artist Jarek Kubicki and the other by German painter Edvard Munch. If you think about […]

The Art of Horror #horrorweek #art #pen #horrorwriters

  This week is set aside for the darker edge of life. Why not combine the two disciplines of art and writing to see what gets dug up!!! What is horror for writers and artists? Darkness is in the air, it suspends one against its will,  it hides in the shadows, but it doesn’t stay […]

Friday Feature: Matt Harrill #horrorauthor

I recently met Matt Harrill on Twitter @matt_harrill . He seemed like a friendly guy so I asked him if I could do an article about him. Low and behold he writes horror – I can’t get away from these people! I want to thank Matt and his girls for recently helping me with my manuscript […]

Pen of the Damned #horror #writers

Ever wonder what people who write and are damned do in their spare time??? Well come have a look at my prose this week: Pointed Ends is a melee of sorts. The question: can you determine who the real monsters are? In the end, I hope you get the Point. (smile) While you are there- take a look […]

Reflections #horror #flashfiction #PEN

  Reflections in windows tease and haunt, showing what was, and what is no longer. Demons, creatures, faces and things of terror live in almost everything. It reflects her suffering, an enticing apparition. … begging for release. My father told me they did ‘things’ to bad people on The Hill and I should stay away from […]

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