Looming Low Table of Contents

Let’s make it three separate Looming Low posts today, then. Here’s the table of contents, in alphabetical order by author name, courtesy of Dim Shores Editor/Publisher Sam Cowan and Editor Justin Steele.

Nadia Bulkin — “Live Through This”
Michael Cisco — “Rock n’ Roll Death Squad”
Kristi DeMeester — “The Small Deaths of Skin and Plastic”
Brian Evenson — “The Second Door”
Kurt Fawver — “The Convexity of Our Youth”
Gemma Files — “Distant Dark Places”
Richard Gavin — “Banishments”
Craig Laurance Gidney — “Mirror Bias”
Michael Griffin — “The Sound of Black Dissects the Sun”
Lisa Hannett — “Outside, a Drifter”
Livia Llewellyn — “The Gin House”
Anya Martin — “Boisea trivittata”
Daniel Mills — “The Christiansen Deaths”
S.P. Miskowski — “Alligator Point”
Sunny Moraine — “We Grope Together, and Avoid Speech”
Scott Nicolay — “When the Blue Sky Breaks”
Betty Rocksteady — “Dusk Urchin”
Christopher Slatsky — “SPARAGMOS”
Lucy Snyder — “That Which Does Not Kill You”
Simon Strantzas — “Doused by Night”
Jeffrey Thomas — “Stranger in the House”
Damien Angelica Walters — “This Unquiet Space”
Brooke Warra — “Heirloom”
Kaaron Warren — “We Are All Bone Inside”
Michael Wehunt — “In Canada”
A.C. Wise — “The Stories We Tell About Ghosts”

I promise, this is the post for today about this book. I mean, unless they reveal the cover, of course!

Looming Low Roster

Earlier I mentioned my novelette “The Sound of Black Dissects the Sun” being accepted for the upcoming Dim Shores anthology Looming Low. They’ve just posted the full roster of names (though no story titles yet) so here you go:

loominglow-promo

The project is already receiving a ton of enthusiastic buzz today. Can’t wait for the next batch of information, and the cover reveal! I’m really excited to be part of the first Dim Shores anthology, especially alongside such a great roster of writers.

Looming Low Announcement

Just received news that my novelette “The Sound of Black Dissects the Sun” will be part of Looming Low, the first Dim Shores anthology, edited by Sam Cowan and Justin Steele.

The rest of the lineup I’ve seen so far, writers making their own announcements on Facebook and Twitter, looks amazing. I’ll have more news about this soon, including a full table of contents.

I’m very excited to be part of what looks to be a great book, and thank Sam and Justin for the opportunity.