“Valhalla is a Lie” by Benjamin Thomas chosen for The Lost Librarian’s Grave horror anthology

We signed our first author for the anthology. I posted this on the Redwood Press site and am reblogging it over here.

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Don and I are pleased to announce that Benjamin Thomas’ excellent short story, “Valhalla is a Lie,” will appear in The Lost Librarian’s Grave anthology.

As Benjamin says himself, nothing like a “little valkyrie-inspired wasteland horror due out right before Halloween!” We agree, nothing says Halloween quite like murderous valkyries.

 Benjamin is a fellow New Englander and his short fiction has appeared in a variety of publications. His medical thriller and crime novel, Jack Be Quick, is available from Owl Hollow Press.

We will be announcing some more signings next week, including some poetry and possibly a couple more stories.

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4 responses to ““Valhalla is a Lie” by Benjamin Thomas chosen for The Lost Librarian’s Grave horror anthology”

    • Thanks, Pete. We are going to have several others for next week, but I think for this blog I’ll combine them all in one post and announce them at the same time and do them one at a time on the Redwood Press blog. So far, between my husband and I, we have gone through just over 500 stories and just under a hundred poems. I have at least that many more in my inbox so the next few weeks are going to be pretty busy. I’m surprised I still have energy to read for pleasure in the evening, lol.


    • Thank you, Dave. Went through about 200 stories to find this one. I felt a little like a miner, who after working hard for quite some time, hits a nice nugget of gold.

      Our brand new rackable EZ curl bar arrived the same day I found the story so it was a very nice day indeed. (It has been on back order since March.)

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