Sarah L. Gerhardt
Sarah L. Gerhardt is is a writer, editor and publisher living in Portland, Oregon.
She grew up in a small town outside of Pittsburgh, where her love for reading and writing science-fiction, strange tales and horror began. She was only 10 years old when she wrote her first scary story.
She has lived in Portland, Oregon for a decade, where her love for the strange and unusual was fostered. Sarah’s interest in the unusual has landed her many fascinating opportunities. In addition to several published poems and articles for online publications, she also created an expansive mythos for an alien culture featured in a sci-fi board game entitled “You ‘N’ IT“.
Sarah has even worked in film and television. She was Second Assistant Director for a zombie feature film called “Flesh Of My Flesh“. Later, she worked as the Associate Producer of the local public access program “Northwest Artist Spotlight”, and has contributed her talents to a smattering of short films. For several years she collaborated with Lurker Films, coordinating the “H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival” and “Zompire: The Undead Film Festival“. Now she is here to bring you the latest in Science-Fiction, Strange Tales and Horror and has an exciting new project – Double Feature Press! as if that wasn’t enough, Sarah added more to her plate and joined the committee at a non-profit organization called the Inkwell Awards, as “Techno Queen”. With all of that on her plate, it is no wonder she never sleeps!
“Someone once asked what it was that first drew me to horror, science-fiction and strange tales. That’s easy – Drive-In Theater Double Features. As a child my family and I would regularly go to the drive-in (back when they were far more prevalent). Usually they would play a “kid friendly” movie as the opener and a more adult movie later in the evening when the kids should have been sleeping. I never slept.” – Sarah L. Gerhardt
Where to find Sarah L. Gerhardt online
The End of the World: Part 1
by Sarah L. Gerhardt
You set the price!
Published: April 27, 2012.
It was The End of the World, or at least it felt that way when Troy and Veronica's parents opened the tavern that carried the moniker. It was on the outskirts of civilization - if you could have called it that after the EMP blasts. Most of the human race was killed, but the legendary supernatural creatures survived. The humans quickly found out monsters were real and they outnumbered them 10 to 1
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