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I think it’s fair to say that if you work in the horror industry, be it in film, television, publishing, etc., one of the coolest things that can happen in your career is to be featured in Fangoria.

For years, Fango has been the mag of all things horror. When I was a kid I used to race to the local convenience store every month to scour the magazine racks for the latest issue.

So it goes without saying that I am beyond excited to have a mini-feature in the October issue discussing the option of my novelette “The House on Ashley Avenue” by Universal Cable Productions.

I’m equally proud and excited to also be featured in the October issue of Rue Morgue. While it would be easy to say that Rue Morgue is simply the Canadian Fangoria, the fact is both magazines bring something unique and special to the horror field.


     

Both issues should be on newsstands soon, if they aren’t already, and they’re also available for purchase online.


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