Hey, so I’ve never been involved with one of these Indiegogo projects before, but there’s a first time for everything!

Authors Ed Kurtz (The Rib From Which I Remake the WorldBleed) and doungjai gam (glass slipper dreams, shattered) are editing an anthology of all-new horror-crime hybrid stories called Hidden Things, which will be published by Down & Out Books. The authors who have committed to write stories for the anthology so far include Alex MarwoodJames A. MooreDana CameronBracken MacLeodErrick NunnallyChristopher IrvinAngel Luis Colón, and yours truly! There will also be an open submission period for more stories starting in November, but first things first — they need to raise funds!

That’s where Indiegogo comes in. You can check out the anthology’s page here, where you will see lots of great perks for your contribution, including ebook and paperback editions of the final product, plus a deluxe hardcover edition of Hidden Things exclusive to Indiegogo contributors and signed by all the authors and editors. Additional perks include titles from Down & Books vast library of novels, novellas, and collections, as well as books from editors doungjai gam and Ed Kurtz.

This anthology sounds like it’s going to be great! If you agree, please consider contributing. Many thanks in advance!

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