Angeline Hawkes holds a B.A. in Composite English Language Arts from Texas A&M University-Commerce. She is a former high school teacher. Angeline's collection, The Commandments, was a Bram Stoker Award finalist. Her story, "In Waters Black the Lost Ones Sleep", appears in the Origins award-nominated Chaosium anthology, Frontier Cthulhu. Recent work from Christopher Fulbright and Angeline includes a novella, Black Mercy Falls, from Delirium Books, and novel, Scavengers, from Elder Signs Press. Bad Moon Books will publish Out of the Garden and Other Tales of the Barbarian Kabar of El Hazzar, a novel-length barbarian fantasy collection, Spring 2012, and horror collection, Inferno: Tales of Hell and Horror, Winter 2012. Delirium Books is scheduled to release another Fulbright & Hawkes novella, Sorrow Creek, June 2012. Angeline has seen the publication of novels, novellas, collections, fiction in 40 anthologies, and over 100 short fiction publications. She is an active member of HWA and former member of the Robert E. Howard UPA. Visit her websites at www.angelinehawkes.com and www.fulbrightandhawkes.com.
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Memento Mori: A Collection of Short Fiction
Memento Mori (Latin for Reminder of Death) contains 36 of Angeline Hawkes’s speculative fiction stories. Take a journey to Tudor England, run through the wilds of Scotland, hop aboard a spaceship to Mars -- but, wherever you venture, make sure you say your prayers and check behind you for vampires, ghosts and witches, because they’re all out there lurking ... waiting to remind you of death.
Madam Chang's Red Dragon Saloon
She ran the most prosperous brothel in Telluride, Colorado. The sign hanging on the front of the building with its red and gold dragon said ‘Saloon’, but it only took a foot through the red-painted doors to see the only thing sold at the Red Dragon was liquor and sex. But Mei Lin has a secret as unique as her jade green eyes. Deep inside her dwells an ancient fury that struggles to be set free...
Flying the Hump
"Flying the Hump" takes the reader on an action-packed, edge-of-your-seat adventure comparable to a Burroughs-esque Lost World thriller. History and fantasy collide with horror and weird fiction to bring you a World War II tale as harrowing as flying the hump.
Shades of Blood and Shadow
The palette of history and horror mingle in the hues of crimson blood and blackest death. Shades of Blood and Shadow represents a taste of the stories penned by Bram Stoker Award nominated writer Angeline Hawkes. From ancient Mayans to the horrors at Chernobyl, she pulls you into the minds of fiendish creatures and tortured man. History offers up the monstrous in this ghoulish collection.
The Swan Road
“Innovative fantasy, refreshing realism, and a central character you care about from page one, The Swan Road is a triumph of Viking Age adventure like none you've ever read. A fantastic saga of epic dimensions you must not miss!”
—C. Dean Andersson, author of I Am Dracula and Warrior Witch, Book One in the Saga of the Warrior Woman Bloodsong
An ancient curse ... a priceless artifact ... evil dwells in God’s house.
Ten terrifying tales tied together by one priceless Biblical artifact.
***2006 Bram Stoker Award Nominee for Best Collection***
Includes a limited edition bonus story, "Hammered."
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