Published Works 2020

"Expecting." Dark Dossier: The Magazine of Ghosts, Aliens, Monsters, & Killers. Issue 52. 

“The lights would come. They lowered from the night sky. It’s big sky out here…not like the cities you’re used to,” Hudson said motioning to the big window at his back and the unblemished blue Colorado sky spread out behind it.

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"A Final Toast." Aphotic Realm: Strange and Sinister Fiction Magazine, Issue 10: Justice. 2020

"The figure shrouded in black makes his way

Through darkest predawn January chill

The toaster lifts his collar to the wind

And around him the cemetery is still"

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"Godspore." It Calls from the Sky: Terrifying Tales from Above. Edited by A. Robertson-Webb & M. River. Eerie River Publishing.

“Light flashed across the sky like a star fallen to earth, but the light roared like the cave lion and growled like the wolf pack. The light hides the pod. It is the godspore, sent from above to seed this world with new deities, dark deities.”

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"Gate Night," "Jack O'Lanterns," & "Sugar and Spice." Eleanor Merry Presents: Dark Halloween: Holiday Flash Fiction Anthology. Edited by Eleanor Merry and Cassandra Angler. Macabre Ladies Publishing. 

Three very short stories, all very different, but all focused on Halloween. 

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“Berserker,” “The Job” & “Loverman.” Unknown Pleasures: Post Mortem Press – The Early Years, Volume 1. Ed. Eric Beebe. Petulant Child Press. 

This omnibus of several Post Mortem Press anthologies contains dozens of great horror stories including three of Marc's ("Berserker," "The Job," & "Loverman") and one by Alex Azar ("No Lights").

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"Blank Pages." Dark Dossier, Issue 49. 

"People claimed to see all sorts of things – ghosts, aliens, bigfoot, sea monsters – and Chambers faithfully looked into every one. He conducted witness interviews, hunted for physical evidence, took thousands of photos and hundreds of hours of video." 

E-book available at Paperback and Kindle available at Amazon.

"The Trouble with Decorations." The Rabbit Hole: Weird Stories, Volume 0.  The Writer's Co-op. 

"He reached in and pulled out a small doll. It was an elf carved of small pieces of wood. Its body was covered with green and red cloth. An oversized grin was painted on its face, and its eyes were glossy black and too big for the face."

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