It’s A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World
When the Vatican’s top assassin, a Rhodesian merc, a pair of serial killer lovers, a dirty cop, and a professional sadist compete in a mad race for a pair of priceless magical artifacts, betrayal, theft, and murder are just the opening moves in a game of death.
A grim and compelling new vision of The Old West, filtered through Norse and Native American myth.
The old man had lost nearly everything- his family, his home, his war. Now, after years of bloody conflict, he must confront a malevolent cosmic entity to save his only son.
Armed with little more than steel and hatred, the old man embarks on a hopeless war against the devouring gods from beyond the stars and their agents on earth. His only ally is a young orphan, recently freed from slavery. Together they leave a trail of bullets and bodies from Oakland to Omaha, battling witches, evangelical cannibals, Native shamans, and possessed lawmen. Their final stop: an accursed railroad town where the old man will make a final stand for his son’s life against the first amongst the Devourers – the dark titan, Thurs.
Black Pantheons: Collected Tales of Gnostic Dread
Curtis M. Lawson’s debut collection is a menagerie of supernatural horror and weird fiction that drops imperfect characters into an uncaring universe, inhabited by malevolent deities. In these pages you will find devouring gods of the yawning abyss, Japanese demons who sway mortal souls, and digital hells of man’s own creation. Follow into the darkness and walk among the gods of the Black Pantheons. There is magic where they live, in the emptiness between the stars.
Wicked Haunted: An Anthology of the New England Horror Writers
Featuring my story, Everything Smells Like Smoke Again
The New England Horror Writers (NEHW) provides peer support and networking for authors of horror and dark fantasy in the New England Area. NEHW is primarily a writer’s organization, focusing on authors of horror and dark fiction in all mediums (novels, short stories, screenplays, poetry, etc) in the New England area. We are also open to professional editors, artists & illustrators, agents and publishers of horror and dark fiction. NEHW activities include book signings, readings, panel discussions at conventions, and social gatherings. With members ranging from Maine to Connecticut, NEHW events take place in varying locations in an effort to provide support for our members throughout New England. Find us on facebook or at www.newenglandhorror.org.