Announcement:  Winner of our First Short Story Contest
Winner of our First Short Story Contest On behalf of Horror After Dark I would like to announce the winner of our first short... Announcement:  Winner of our First Short Story Contest

Winner of our First Short Story Contest

On behalf of Horror After Dark I would like to announce the winner of our first short horror fiction contest. The winner of the $50 prize and publication in the forthcoming Horror After Dark anthology is:

The Imagination Game
by E.G. Smith

The story can be found featured on Horror After Dark here: http://www.horrorafterdark.com/2014/12/imaginationgame/

Congratulations to our winner. Your prize will be sent to your PayPal address.

We very much enjoyed reading all of the submissions. An announcement regarding the anthology and second contest is coming soon, so keep visiting horrorafterdark.com for that announcement and great reviews, interviews, and giveaways.

Thank you to everyone.

Synopsis:

After the death of their son beneath a tall elm tree in their backyard, mother and father worry that their daughter’s fantasies about a monstrous, ever-changing imaginary friend are spiraling out of control. Is she playing a horrific game or conjuring a horrific reality?

Bio:

E. G. Smith is a graduate of the University of Washington’s creative writing program, with a lifelong passion for horror fiction and film. He lives on a small farm in rural Southwestern Idaho with his wife, son, dogs, pigs, horses, chickens and flies. He’s recently published stories in the DarkFuse 1 anthology, Great Old Ones’ Bugs anthology, the Dead Harvest anthology from Scarlett Galleon Publications and the In Creeps the Night anthology from J. A. Mes Press. His website is www.ericgsmith.com.

I. Clayton Reynolds

I. Clayton Reynolds

I. Clayton Reynolds is an author of horror, suspense, and the supernatural. He studied Anthropology, Psychology, and History at the University of Texas and Iowa State University and gained extensive knowledge of legends and beliefs from around the world and deep into the past. His research has helped him to understand how and why frightening legends and cautionary horror tales have developed throughout the human past. A native of Texas, he now lives in Central Iowa.

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