Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Theatrical/ Radio-Style Podcast Reading of my story, “Something in the Strawberry Fields”

One of the first horror stories I ever wrote for publication (a whopping five years ago!) has come back around for a spectacular podcast reading… It’s almost embarrassing how much work seems to have gone into this theatrical-quality production, styled after the old radio dramas, with music, sound effects, and multiple character voice actors.

Listen to my tale, “Something in the Strawberry Fields,” as the opening episode of Manor House Show’s Season 3, here at:

Really well done, and thanks so much to MANOR HOUSE @manorhouseshow ; and the cast and technicians involved, including Project Entertainment Network @ProjectEntNet, Project Entertainment Network.

And thanks also for this amazing first review by @UnnervingMagazine, @UnnervingMag .

“Season 3 of the Manor House opens with a sinister tale of retribution by Eric J. Guignard titled Something in the Strawberry Fields. Listening, the story brought to mind a Scott Smith tale of devilish greenery, The Ruins. The plants are hungry and knowing, but beyond that (and the Spanish vibe) this story rolls into a yarn of its own…”


Saturday, February 11, 2017

Brilliant Podcast reading of my story, "A Curse and a Kiss,"

Brilliant Podcast reading of my story, "A Curse and a Kiss," (a horror reimagining of Beauty and the Beast) just went up! Thank you to narrator, Margaret Essex, and Scott Silk at Tales To Terrify --

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Interview with me about the Horror Writers Association (10/2/2016)

Uploaded an interview with me to explain the Horror Writers Association during Grave Harvest Halloween Festival at The Hotel Fullerton (Fullerton, CA), October 2, 2016! Filming Credit by: All Things Haunted.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

ANNOUNCING NEW ANTHOLOGY: "The Five Senses of Horror"

Behold and tremble (in anticipation!), O horror short form fans!

Finished acquisitions and contracts for my next anthology, a reprint volume of the five human senses in horror: THE FIVE SENSES OF HORROR

This includes the influence of horror and dark fantasy short fiction on the five human senses (interaction and relationship between imaginative horror perception and the senses) and how these insights can assist writers/ or how they’ve been used effectively by authors as inspiration within this form of writing.

Including study and commentary from psychologist, Erika Price, PhD; Psychology Instructor at Loyola University Chicago & Statistics/ Methods Consultant.

Including mind-numbingly gorgeous illustrations from artist, Nils BroƟ.

Including short story fiction:

·         Heading Home by Ramsey Campbell (sense of touch)
·         Soft by Darrell Schweitzer (sense of touch)
·         Feel the Noise by Lisa Morton (sense of touch)

·         In the Cave of the Delicate Singers by Lucy Taylor (sense of sound)
·         Sounds by Kathryn Ptacek (sense of sound)
·         Malleus, Incus, Stapes by Sarah Totton (sense of sound)

·         His Mouth Will Taste of Wormwood by Poppy Z. Brite (sense of taste)
·         Cassilago's Wife by Sarah Singleton (sense of taste)
·         Sweet Subtleties by Lisa L. Hannett (sense of taste)

·         The Beholder by Richard Christian Matheson (sense of sight)
·         In the Porches of My Ears by Norman Prentiss (sense of sight)
·         The Impression of Craig Shee by David McGroarty (sense of sight)

·         Shem-el-Nessim: An Inspiration in Perfume by Chris Bell (sense of smell)
·         The Scent by John F.D. Taff (sense of smell)
·         The Odor of Violets by John Farris (sense of smell)

I’ll also be discussing this as part of the Ann Radcliffe Academic Conference at StokerCon 2017!

THE FIVE SENSES OF HORROR—Estimated Release Date: April, 2017